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For reservations: Carbondale and Glenwood Springs, 945-9117; Parachute, 285-7216 (9 a.m. to noon Monday); Rifle, 625-1366; and Silt, 625-1877. Make reservations and cancellations one day in advance. Monday, New Castle: Order off the special senior menu at the New Castle Cafe Tuesday, Glenwood Springs and Rifle: turkey tetrazzini, green beans with mushrooms, tomato wedges with cottage cheese, blueberry muffin and fresh fruit cup. Wednesday, Silt and Parachute: pepper steak with brown gravy, whipped potatoes, spinach salad with dressing, orange Jell-O with pears, dinner roll and margarine Thursday, Rifle: sloppy joes on whole wheat bun, cauliflower with cheese sauce, carrot raisin salad, watermelon wedge and oatmeal cookie Friday, Glenwood Springs and Rifle: baked cod with lemon and tarter sauce, au gratin potatoes, spinach with vinegar, spice cake, rye bread and margarine

Noon every WednesdayCrystal Meadows Senior Housing, Rominger Room, Carbondale. Call 945-9117 for meal reservations by noon Tuesday Aug. 10: Pepper Steak, steamed rice, Capri blend vegetables, banana split dessert, roll and margarine

11:30 a.m. every MondayAll meals include vegetable and fruit of the day Chicken-fried steak with mashed potatoes, country gravy and bread Chicken tenders with ranch dressing and salad of the day Breaded cod with tartar sauce and salad of the day Half cold sandwich (ham, turkey or beef) with salad of the day Hamburger on whole-wheat bun and salad of the day Light side with chicken breast or beef patty, cottage cheese, lettuce, sliced tomato and bread Small chefs salad with crackers

6 p.m. every Wednesday Aug. 10: Polish sausage on a bun with sauerkraut, mustard and onion, scalloped potatoes, peas and carrots, strawberry applesauce, 2 percent milk, coffee or tea

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