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Enid Maldonado, KCOA staff and Kinneret resident delivers meals.

Something was different. On Tuesday, May 19, in the spot where the Kinneret bus is generally parked, the Toasted truck took its place. By 10:30 a.m. there was the distinct scent of grilled cheese wafting from the truck. The Kinneret Council on Aging staff donned masks and gloves and lined up with carts to deliver a hot grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup and coleslaw to all 301 Kinneret residents.

The grill in the truck did not stop for 2 ½ hours, which is how long it took to deliver this true comfort food to our eager residents. Like everyone else, Kinneret residents have been h...



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