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Linn Evans, president and chief operating officer of Black Hills Energy, left, and George Larson, executive director of Meals on Wheels for Western South Dakota, take the new Meals on Wheels truck for its first delivery on Thursday. The new truck has compartments for heated and chilled meals and is capable of holding 3,000 at full capacity. The previous truck was over a decade old and had delivered more than 1 million meals. The new truck will serve the 19 dining sites in Rapid City and more than 20 communities an hour outside of Rapid City, including Keystone, Hermosa and Tilford.

Meals on Wheels Western South Dakota needs volunteer meal delivery drivers.

Delivery time takes approximately one hour. Meals are delivered Monday through Friday, starting at 11 a.m. Volunteers are also needed in the kitchen to help package meals.

Contact Cheree Pederson, the community resources coordinator, at 394-6002 or cheree@mealsprogram.com for more information.

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