The Neighborhood Table to offer to-go meals
By City Times staff
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – The Neighborhood Table (TNT) has announced that it will provide to-go meals to those in need beginning April 2. The distribution is designed to provide an option for those who attend their meals while COVID-19 regulations are in effect.
“The Neighborhood Table understands that people who usually attend our meals in person no longer have that option due to the restrictions in place to combat the coronavirus,” the organization said in a release. “We are dedicated to helping those in need in the South Wood County area with food. To that end, we are pleased to announce we will provide meals on our regular meal dates but only as to-go meals.
“We plan to accomplish this by using our process for distributing food at the mobile food pantries.”
Those requesting meals will need to reserve meals and select a pickup time by visiting www.theneighborhoodtable.org/meals/to-go-meals.
TNT asks that you only order one meal per person living in your household.
“Please remember, these meals are for those in need,” the release states. “While we can’t offer our friendly atmosphere and social connection during this time, we do want you to know we care.
“We have a limited amount of to-go meals. When we have reached capacity, we will shut down the request form and so note on this Web page.”
Distribution times are 4:30-5:30 p.m.