Call: (315) 598-4717

Nutrition Services

Phone: 315-598-4712
Fax: 315-963-2516 

Open Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  

Since 1974, OCO Nutrition Services programs have provided over 8.5 million meals to senior citizens aged 60 and older and their spouses, regardless of income, adults under 60 and youth. All meals are available throughout the county via the Meals-on-Wheels Program, afterschool sites and summer food service sites as well as at any of the six (6) Dining and Activity Centers. 

Meals are either followed by the USDA meal pattern requirements or planned by a registered dietitian that follows the recommended dietary allowance. The meals are prepared and delivered by our professional staff as well as a network of dedicated Volunteers.

 Mission Statement: 

Maintain the independence and quality of life for Oswego County residents by providing meals, recreation and transportation, while promoting and advocating wellness and nutritional support services.


 Subaru Share the Love Even

Since 2008, Subaru of America, Inc. and its retailers have helped Meals on Wheels nationwide deliver nearly 2 MILLION MEALS to seniors in need. When customers select Meals on Wheels as their charity of choice during the 2018 Subaru Share the Love® Event, Oswego County Opportunities Nutrition Services will be able to  serve even more seniors.




Congratulations to the raffle basket winners! 






Volunteer Opportunities Available - INQUIRE TODAY!

If you have available time and would like to give back by help others in the community, call us and become a volunteer. Our program has volunteer opportunities to deliver meals to homebound seniors, volunteer at any of our six Dining & Activity Centers and/or help in the Kitchen preparing the meals. 

At Nutrition Services we're happy to know the seniors we serve are taken care of to the best of our abilities and volunteers are the heart of our program that make that a possibility!




Home Delivered Meals

All participants that receive Home Delivered Meals from our Meals on Wheels Program are met at the door with their meal during the week by our professional and friendly staff and volunteers. 

For those over the age of 60 call Office For the Aging at (315)349-3484

People under the age of 60 call Nutrition Services at (315)598-4712



Dining & Activity Centers

All six of the Dining & Activity Centers are constantly busy with the seniors that attend! It's a great place for seniors to come and socialize with friends for the afternoon while enjoying a nutritious and filling lunch. There's crafts, games, wii bowling, birthday celebrations, annual holiday parties and so much more to look forward to!

Welcoming seniors 60 and over to come join our centers! If you would like to attend a center, please call the Center Manager ahead of time at the phone number given to make reservations for meals or find out more information. 


~ News & Updates for the Dining & Activity Centers ~


Central Square Bistro Dining & Activity Center -         


Hello Folks,

I hope you are all excited spring is on its way soon!  If you haven’t been out and about in a while don’t forget our senior center is here for you so come visit us! Did you know our North Shore Bistro has a new home at the Central Square Community Church on State Route 11, next door to Buttercup Cheese!  Because of our new location, the center is no longer being called the North Shore Bistro instead being called the Central Square Bistro! You are welcome to stop in for coffee or tea from 11 to 12 to check us out.  If you care to reserve for lunch please call 315-720-9732.   

Thanks to all the folks who helped make our Valentine party go so well.  We made special valentine placemats and goody bags for all.  We also had a special Valentine bingo with lots of cool prizes.  Special thanks to Faith Schild for donating that very special bear!  Also, thanks to all who brought in the sweet goodies!  Yummy!

We are having a Pajama Party on Feb. 28th so come in your comfy PJ’s and bring your favorite stuffed toy.  We will be making Hot Chocolate for all who want it!  (No one has to dress up in their P.J’s it’s just for fun!  Helpful hint! You could always change when you get to the center!) 

Lunch Menu  

Tues. Feb.26~ Cooks Choice                                                                                          Activity ~ Word Search, Puzzle, Adult Coloring

Wed. Feb. 27~ Turkey Sloppy Joe, Seasoned Potatoes, Steamed Spinach, Peaches    Activity~ Chair Exercises w/Joyce & Wii Sports

Thursday Feb. 28 ~ Spanish Rice, Summer Blend Veg, Cranberry Juice          Activity~ Nutrition Fair and PJ Party

Don’t forget if you are unable to drive we do have a bus available on Thursdays.  It picks you up right at your door and brings you to our center and it also take you to do some shopping. 

Please make your regular lunch reservations by calling before noon the day before you want to visit at 315-720-9732.  We are open Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. 

Take Care,

Center Manager Deirdre           


Fulton Dining & Activity Center -  For Valentine's Day the seniors spent the day making crafts on Tuesday, February 5th to take home or give to a loved one as a gift




United Health Care visited the center on Friday, February 15th and played bingo with the seniors. Here are a couple pictures of the seniors and the prizes they won! 




Hannibal Dining & Activity Center - The Annual Celebration was themed "Fall Carnival" this year. It was great having Food Service Manager Cheryl Maxfield and Coordinator of Nutrition Services Lori Halstead visit the Center for this special day! Great job to Center Manager, Amanda for hosting such a eventful and enjoyable celebration for the seniors!





Mexico Dining & Activity Center - During the month of December the participants made a snowman keychain craft and wrote cards for Home Delivered Meals Clients on the Mexico Route.




Parish Dining & Activity Center  -  On February 4th, we made Valentine's themed bookmarks for craft day



Phoenix Dining & Activity Center - During the month of February everyone enjoyed making crafts for Valentine's Day. Center participants, Bonnie Frawley and Joanne Czajkowski instructed the craft class on how to make this adorable gum ball craft. These are so cute and will look great on a shelf in the living room or a nice gift for a loved one. We try to have a craft class for each holiday. Best of all we provide all the supplies, the crafts are yours to make and take home with you. 



Everyone at the Dining & Activity Center wore red on February 1st to support the National Wear Red Day that helps spread awareness of Women's Heart Disease. Call Center Manager, Arlene at 315-695-4841 to come for lunch, crafts, games and many fun activities. Who knows, you may run in to an old friend. You will definitely make new friends.