Lunch Menu

Meals are provided at the Senior Centers 5 days a week, closed on holidays.
Cost is $5.50 to the Agency with a suggested donation of $4.00 per meal.

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Labor Day Picnic

Labor Day Picnic! 1
1/2c. Baked Beans
1/2c. Coleslaw
Hamburger Bun
Pineapple Fluff


Labor Day

Closed for Labor Day

Baked Meatloaf

Baked Meatloaf w/ Gravy
Baked Potato w/ Margarine
1/2c Beets
1 White Bread
Seasonal Fresh Fruit

Sloppy Joe

Sloppy Joe
1/2c Ranch Roasted Potatoes
1/2c Green Beans
1 Hamburger Bun
Seasonal Fresh Fruit

Turkey Chef Salad

Turkey Chef Salad
(2oz Turkey, 1oz Cheddar, over
1c Mixed Greens w/ Tomato)
1c. Vegetable Soup w/ crackers
1 Dinner Roll
1/2c Gelatin
Chocolate MIlk

Chicken & Biscuits

Chicken & Biscuits
1/2c Mixed Vegetables
2 Mini Biscuits
Seasonal Fresh Fruit


Glazed Ham

Glazed Ham w/ Pineapple Sauce
1/2c Sweet Potatoes
1/2c Peas & Carrots
1 Dinner Roll
1 Cookie

Tuna Salad Sandwich

Tuna Salad Sandwich
w/lettuce & tomato
1/2c Coleslaw
2 White Bread
Fresh Orange

Travel Day

Travel Day!!
Destination: Las Vegas
Black Jack Chicken Club
w/bacon, lettuce & tomato
$Loaded$ Potatoes
Sandwich Bun
Casino Cake

Warm Roast Beef

Warm Roast Beef Sandwich W/Mozz.
1/2c. Roasted Parmesan Redskins
1/2c. Carrots
1 Sandwich Roll
Fresh Fruit
Chocolate Milk

Chicken Parm

Chicken Parmesan
w/ 1oz Shredded Cheese
1/2c Rotini w/ Sauce
1c Tossed Salad w/ Tomato
1/2c Mixed Fruit


Cheeseburger Day

National Cheeseburger Day !!!
1/2c. Oven Browned Potatoes
1/2c.Green Beans
Hamburger Bun

Pork Loin

Hawaiian Pork Loin
1/2c Buttered Noodles
1/2c Island Blend Vegetables
Seasonal Fresh Fruit

Open Faced Turkey Sandwich

Open Faced Turkey Sandwich
w/ Gravy
1/2c Whipped Potatoes
1/2c Sweet Corn
1 White Bread
1/2c. Chocolate Pudding

Gratitude Day

National Gratitude Day!
Grilled Chicken Salad
w/ Dressing
1c. Mixed Greens
1c. Potato Soup w/ crackers
1 Breadstick
Fruit mix
Chocolate Milk

Swiss Steak

Swiss Steak
w/ 2oz Onion Gravy
1/2c Whipped Potatoes
1/2c Diced Carrots
1 Wheat Bread
1/2c Pears



Burgundy Glazed Meatballs (4)
1/2c Rice
1/2c. Lima Beans
1 Wheat Bread
1/2c Mandarin Oranges

Seafood Salad

Seafood Salad
Over 1c. Mixed Greens w/
Tomato & Hardboiled Egg
1c.Bean Soup w/Crackers
1 Dinner Roll

Roast Beef

Roast Beef w/ Gravy
1/2c Mashed Potatoes
1/2c Mixed Vegetables
1 White Bread
1/2c Pudding

BBQ Chicken

BBQ Chicken Breast
1/2c. Brown Rice
1/2c. Carrots
Wheat Bread
Fresh Orange
Chocolate Milk

Country Brunch

” Country Brunch”
1c. Sausage Gravy
over (2) mini Biscuits
1 Sausage Patty
Hashbrown Potatoes
Orange Juice

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HBFAAA Lunch Menu

Huntingdon, Bedford, and Fulton County Senior Center Menus

Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging — PA

The Huntingdon, Bedford, and Fulton County Senior Centers offer fresh, nutritious congregate meals that are tasty and satisfying Monday through Friday* at noon (unless there is a federal holiday). Join us every day for lunch! It is a great way to socialize with other adults your age and maybe even make a new friend. We regularly offer fun activities, education, and recreational opportunities for you, as well. Just call your local Senior Center at least 24-hours in advance and we will prepare a meal for you. Please note: we have to order meals by 1:00pm the day prior.

The menu changes each month. The menu above is for ALL senior centers in Bedford, Huntingdon, and Fulton County, PA. In addition to daily lunch meals, Senior Centers may also offer special meals as part of various programs and activities held at each location. Meals may be eaten at the center or prepared as take-out. In-person registration is required at your local Senior Center prior to requesting a meal for take-out.  This is not our home-delivered meal program, and meals are not delivered by the center for this particular program. If you would like to learn more about our home-delivered meal program or sign up, please contact us.

*Note: Some senior centers only serve meals on select days.

Call your local Senior Center to order a meal

Call ahead to your local Senior Center to order a meal for tomorrow:

Huntingdon County

Bricktown Senior Center — 18 N Washington St., Mount Union: 814–542–2865
Juniata Valley Senior Center — 7691 King St., Petersburg: 814-669-4987
Standing Stone Senior Center — 915 Washington St., Huntingdon: 814-643-0166
Three Springs Senior Center — 21338 Church Street, Three Springs: 814-448-2523

Bedford County

Bedford Senior Center — 205 South Richard St.: 814-623-5140
Broad Top Senior Center — Senior Citizens Building: 814-635-3122
Everett Senior Center — 101 West Main Street: 814-652-5621
Hopewell Senior Center — 305 Mifflin St.: 814-928-5111
Hyndman Senior Center – 164 Market St.: 814-842-6675

Fulton County

Hustontown Senior Center – 387 Cole Road: 717-987-3770
McConnellsburg Senior Center – 100 Woodside Drive: 717-485-5613
Warfordsburg Senior Center — 209 Long Hollow Rd.: 717-294-6020

Satellite Centers

Shade Gap – Fire Co. Auxiliary BLDG 408 Main St. (Wed. & Th. Only; 8:00am – 1:30pm): 814-259-3898
Woodbury/Northern Bedford — 4100 Woodbury Pike (Wed. Only; 10:00am – 1:00pm): 814-766-3712
Chaneysville – 3932 Chaneysville Rd., Clearville: (Wed. and Thurs. 9:30AM – 1:30PM): 814-784-3215

Diet Information from the World Health Organization

Fight Fatigue, Pain, and Illness With Food

According to the World Health Organization, the #1 cause of disease as we get older is the lack of adequate nutrition. As we age, our bodies become less efficient at extracting vital elements, proteins, vitamins, and minerals from the foods we eat. To make matters worse, many of us end up resorting to fast food/junk food or just skipping meals altogether for various reasons. This practice can rapidly lead to fatigue, increased pain, a weakened immune system, and the development of illness and disease. Some of the conditions and systems affected by a poor diet include:

Malnourishment and Disability

1 in 4 older Americans is malnourished according to the National Resource Center on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Aging. Being malnourished can weaken the bones and muscles you need to do even the simplest daily activities, and increases your risk for becoming seriously disabled. Fight back! The Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging is your source for meals that are scientifically designed to address the nutrition requirements of older adults.

Let’s Do Lunch! Leave the Cooking to Us

Many of the people we serve have mentioned how much better they feel after regularly consuming a good balance of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and sugars. Whether or not you are experiencing pain, fatigue, sickness, or disease, we hope you will join us for lunch every day you are able to come in.

Eating alone is no fun. 

Enjoying a healthy, well-balanced diet is one of the most important things you can do for your overall health and well-being. It is not only nutritious, our cooks work hard to make sure your lunch is delicious, as well. Leave the cooking to us!

Healthy Eating Tips for Seniors

For more tips on how to feel better and stay healthier by making wiser food choices while on a budget, click here. Savvy senior shoppers can save both time and money by making a grocery plan and shopping smart!

Are you unable to afford enough food? Nutrition programs are available that may be able to help you. Click here to learn more about SNAP, the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program, and Home Delivered Meals (available through our offices) or contact us for more information.