Breakfast and lunch are important times of the day at Perry Wellness Center. In addition to providing healthy nutrition, they provide a forum for conversation and socializing, as well as opportunities for life lessons; e.g., proper eating habits.
As the season changes and the schedule of activities expands, the menu also changes and grows in the Perry Wellness Center cafeteria. The farm-to-table vegetables sold at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market continue to be served in the kitchen, with produce choices reflecting the season. The breakfast menu has also recently been updated, with the addition of waffles, sausage, and bacon.
In the photos, James Mahome quietly enjoys a hot breakfast, and Carol Proctor prepares to eat a lasagna lunch, followed by banana pudding.