WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — In order to meet the demand for hot meals to be delivered to adults in need of nutritional support, the Meals-on-Wheels program is looking to hire some new volunteers. 

To be exact, the program is looking to recruit 60 of them by the end of October! 

According to a press release from 'Senior Services,'  delivering meals on wheels is easy, fun, and only takes an average of about 90 minutes. 

Scheduling is flexible and any assistance is welcome. 

Those who are interested in helping the program reach their goal can call Holly Beck at (336) 721-3411 to request more information or to sign up. 

You can also click here to sign-up. 

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