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The world has changed tremendously in a very short time due to the novel coronavirus. Rocky Mountain Development Council Inc. (Rocky), with reduced staffing, is still hard at work providing for our communities’ seniors. While most of our facilities are closed to the public and many staff members are working from their homes, Meals on Wheels is preparing and delivering meals to seniors age 60 and over Monday through Friday. COVID-19 forced us to close congregate meals at our senior centers temporarily, but our kitchens increased their capacity to provide more home delivered meals during this crisis.
Leaders say, since the coronavirus outbreak, they are seeing more demand across Montana for a program aimed at helping people pay their winter energy bills.
Rocky’s Neighborhood Center had its first ever Chopped cooking competition. The cooking competition was modeled after the cooking-based game show series, “Chopped.” There were three chefs with three judges. The chefs had to make a meal with the mystery items in the basket.
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