Source: The Corydon Democrat

October 02, 2013 | 03:20 PM

The increase costs from the seniors being at the community center exceeds the $100 a month Lifespan is paying to serve Meals on Wheels there. Possibly this wouldn't have happened had they only served the meals. Bingo and other activities have resulted in increased costs at the Community Center. The director for Lifespan at the Community Center should have known this and stayed within the agreement signed with Spencer Township. I am curious as to why the meals were stopped being served at the previous locations?

Regardless the reason, the Meals on Wheels will still be served to seniors at their homes. No one is being denied food or going hungery. Bible verses, suggesting boycotts and all the other comments have nothing to do with facts ...