See larger Sharon Dodge of Bonita Springs, right, accepts her daily meal at her home from Meals on Wheels volunteer Jean Barclay on Friday morning. Dodge, 92, said she depends on the services of Meals on Wheels, which serves more than 8,000 meals a year to south Lee County residents in need. The food delivery and social service organization is suffering a financial crisis and manpower shortage that could threaten its ability to continue providing nutritious meals for the elderly, those who are homebound and people recovering from illness or surgery. For more information on donating or volunteering with Meals on Wheels, contact Marie McPherson at (239) 992-5343.

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Sharon Dodge of Bonita Springs, right, accepts her daily meal at her home from Meals on Wheels volunteer Jean Barclay on Friday morning. Dodge, 92, said she depends on the services of Meals on Wheels, which serves more than 8,000 meals a year to south Lee County residents in need. The food delivery and social service organization is suffering a financial crisis and manpower shortage that could threaten its ability to continue providing nutritious meals for the elderly, those who are homebound and people recovering from illness or surgery. For more information on donating or volunteering with Meals on Wheels, contact Marie McPherson at (239) 992-5343.

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