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Caledon Meals on Wheels Connection

March 2022: This issue focuses on Easter, our new staff member Melissa Costantini, March for Meals, the excitement of Spring, and the 2022 Home and Lifestyle Show. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

February 2022: This issue focuses on Seniors connecting through cooking, computer training opportunities, the Lunar New Year, and remembering Cory Trepanier. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

January 2022: This issue focuses on Match Our Meals, Self- Care and how it keeps you healthy, remembering Paul Egan, caregiver opportunities, and fitness myths that might be holding you back. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

December 2021: This issue focuses on Home and Community Care Support Services, Holiday-related scams, the Seniors’ Home Safety Tax Credit, our friend “Soup Girl”, and the Seniors Dental Program. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

November 2021: This issue focuses on fall prevention, our Wellness Programs, Remembrance Day celebrations, a memoriam of Donald Parsons, and the Snow Angel program. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

October 2021: This issue focuses on healthy eating on a budget, your healthy meal-planning toolkit, Pat Kolb’s Ontario Senior Achievement Award, and collecting behaviours. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

September 2021: This edition focuses on the Innis Lake Dance revival, loving our local history at the Fall Fair, our community partners like Downsizing Diva, what we appreciate about Fall, and a Q&A with Nora Martin. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and community resource page that is available in this issue. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

July 2021:This edition focuses on getting to know Home Instead, Egan Funeral Home, and Caledon/Dufferin Trivia. It also includes a Q&A with Brenda Alderdice and saying goodbye to 2 CMOW board members. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.
 

June 2021:This edition focuses on CMOW’s board members, Abbeyfield, and a Canada Day Quiz. There is also a Q&A with Alex Rodrigues and staying informed during these difficult times. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.
 

May 2021:This edition focuses on celebrating seniors month, the Caledon Public Library, Gary Hall’s Photography, and vaccine after care fact sheet. It also includes a history of Bolton and CMOW’s Virtual Fundraiser. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.
 

April 2021:This edition focuses on National Volunteer week and saying a special thank you to not only the amazing volunteers at Caledon Meals on Wheels, but everyone who volunteers their time. It also highlights Avalon Long Term Care, Abbeyfield retirement home, Covid-19 vaccine information, a Q&A with Mayor Allan Thompson, and CMOW’s overview of the past year. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.
 

March 2021:This edition focuses on CMOW’s March for Meals, the Covid-19 vaccine for people 80+, the Alzheimer’s Society, and a CMOW employees journey in Judo. It also highlights Steve Catcher as this months community hero. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

February 2021:This edition focuses on CMOW’s grocery program, Snow Angels, benefits of positive relationships, and Peel Council on Aging. It also highlights Eddy Cuff as this months community hero. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

January 2021:This edition focuses on emergency preparedness, CMOW’s Project Lifesaver program, the Winter Solstice, and yoga for older adults. It also highlights The Stafford Group as this months community hero and the Dufferin Area Family Health Team. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

December 2020:This edition focuses on fire safety for seniors, some important partners in the community, the Lions Club, the Rotary Club, and the Alton Legion. It also highlights Caledon Meals on Wheels’ new kitchen and an introduction to our new kitchen staff. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

November 2020:This edition has a focus on the benefits of walking, Family Transition Place, and the Orangeville Senior Centre. It also highlights an individuals experience from the military and interviews with some volunteers from Caledon Meals on Wheels. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

October 2020:Caledon Meals on Wheels launched the first edition of Connection. This edition focuses on the importance of services through the community, such as, Caledon Meals on Wheels, Caledon Dufferin Victim Services, Caledon Seniors Centre, and the Ontario Provincial Police. It also highlights mental health supports in the Caledon and Dufferin area and interviews with some of the staff at Caledon Meals on Wheels. We hope you enjoy the recipes, puzzles, and book club in this edition. To see this edition digitally, click the picture.

 

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Meals & Groceries Throughout
The Year

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Seniors receiving Social & Wellness Checks & Visits

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Safety Checks & Friendly Visits

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Volunteers

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Volunteer Hours

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