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2017 Senior & Disabilities Guide | 

Douglas County

On the Cover: 

Top: The Aging and Disabilities Resource 
Center of Douglas County Aging and Disability 
Resource Center staff have a wide range of 
resources available at the ADRC office located 
in the Douglas County Government Center. 

Bottom: Chad La Lor, Executive Director of 
Senior Connections with three of the newest 
transportation and meal delivery vans.

An evening senior dining  

program called Campus Cafe

is held at the University of Wisconsin-Superior 
Yellowjacket Union dining facility. Every Monday 
through Friday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. seniors can 
dine with the college students. There are two to 
three different entrees, vegetables, a sandwich bar, 
salad bar, dessert bar, ice cream and beverages. The 
requested contribution is $5.00 per meal for 60+ 
aged persons and his or her spouse. No advance 
reservations are required. Senior Connections is 
glad to answer any questions about the program at 
715.394.3611 or contact@seniorconnectionswi.org. 
The daily menus are available on the campus website 
at seniorconnectionswi.org.  Meals are only served 
during the school year. Contact Senior Connections 
for the exact dates.

Top Right: Peter Golden gets checked in at the 
Campus Cafe by student worker Cheyenne Hirdler. 
No advance registration is required. Bottom Right
After looking over the options for the evening, 
Peter is served an entree at one of the serving 
stations. There are two to three different entrees, 
vegetables, a sandwich bar, salad bar, dessert bar, 
ice cream and beverages. Left: Peter enjoys his 
meal with three friends.