Christopher's Deli, along with Assemblywoman Jean Stanfield and Assemblyman Ryan Peters will be handing out 250 free meals to seniors on Wednesday, April 22, from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Seniors can pick up meals in 15-minute time slots. Next to your first name, please indicate whether you will be picking up one or two meals. There will be a two-meal maximum. You can sign up for curbside delivery, but it is first come first serve. 15 cars will be allowed per time slot.
The meal will be a roast beef dinner with mashed potatoes, string beans, brown gravy on the side and a dinner roll with butter.
WHEN YOU SIGN UP, IGNORE THE VOLUNTEER EMAIL. IT IS AN AUTOMATED MESSAGE. YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR A MEAL, NOT TO VOLUNTEER.
Meals will be handed out in the Mount Holly Police Department complex parking lot on Park Drive. Residents should turn off of Rancocas Road onto Park Drive and follow signs to the lot. They will then be directed to exit on Washington Street. Cars should pull up, roll down their window and state their name so they can be marked off the list. Someone will then place the meal in your trunk.
Pickup is the preferred method of distributing the meals. If you cannot pick up the meal, you can have a family member pick it up for you. If you absolutely cannot pick up your meal, there are 15 spots available for curbside delivery. Sign up for delivery and someone from our 8th District office will call you to schedule a dropoff time and location. Please reserve the delivery method for those who need it.