The Village of Wheeling Senior Services hosts a Congregate Dining program for older adults 60 years and better. The Program is currently being held at St. Joseph the Worker Social Hall Located at 185 W Dundee Rd in Wheeling. The Program highlights the diversity of Wheeling by offering a variety of ethnic favorites as well as American Standards.
Note: Due to plumbing issues, the January 25th Congregate Dining Lunch will be held at the Wheeling Park District Community Recreation Center, Room 205, 100 Community Boulevard, Wheeling, IL.
Scheduling & Costs
A Nutritionally balanced lunch is served every Monday thru Friday from 11:30 am until 12:00 pm.
The actual cost to provide each meal is $6.00. Each participant is asked to contribute part of the cost of their meal.
The suggested donation/contribution is $4 per meal. For our frequent diners, we offer a 5-meal punch card for
$15.00. This card has no expiration date and is transferable.
Notice All contributions are voluntary and confidential. No one will be denied service for inability to pay.
We ask that you reserve your spot for lunch by Wednesday at noon, the week before you plan to eat. The best way to ensure you have a lunch is to register at the check-in station. Menus are available with information regarding the programs offered during and after the meals as well.
If you need to cancel your reservation, please call Senior Services at 847-459-2670 and let us know as early as possible. We will be able to fill your spot many times. If you find yourself wanting to join us for lunch but you are not registered, please give us a call as we may have openings as well.
Funds in whole or part
A congregate meal may be purchased for a homebound spouse or for the weekend as long as it does not deprive another older person of a meal. These meals should be ordered ahead of time, preferably when making reservations for your meal. These meals cost $6.00 each.
The Village of Wheeling does not discriminate in admission to programs or activities or treatment of employment in compliance with appropriate State and Federal statutes. Demographic information may be collected initially at registration in order to better serve participants and to provide a vehicle to evaluate the effectiveness of the program. We ask for your cooperation.