BROOKINGS, SD — Last week, the 2019 Prime Site Award-winning Swiftel Center catering department prepared more than 800 fresh, frozen meals for the 60’s Plus Dining program, in a collaboration with Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership and Brookings Area United Way. The amount of meals was twice that of the previous week.
Frozen meal packs are available for any adult age 60 and older, with no income or health requirements for ordering. Ten options are available for the seven-day meal packs, which include a small loaf of bread, fruit juice and a half gallon of milk.
The catering team consists of the Swiftel Center Executive Chef Matt Chapman along with a limited team of rotating Swiftel Center staff members.