60+ Dine is a federally funded senior dining program administered by the Southeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging (SEKAAA).

The 60+ Dine program offers nutritious meals for adults 60 years or older and their spouses at participating meal sites, which include the Allen County Regional Hospital cafeteria. Meals are pre-approved by SEKAAA and include a protein, vegetable, grain, and dairy item.

To partake in the 60+ Dine program, interested participants must register through SEKAAA to receive a meal card and add meals to their account. The meal card is scanned at the Allen County Regional Hospital cafeteria and meals are deducted from the participant's 60+ Dine account. Only one 60+ Dine meal can be deducted from a participant’s meal card per day. 

Meal plan donations must be made through SEKAAA and cannot be accepted at the Allen County Regional Hospital cafeteria. A donation of $4 per meal is suggested.

60+ Dine meals are available for dine-in service only. 60+ Dine is a congregate meal program and meals are to be consumed on site as per the guidelines for this grant-funded nutrition program. Meals to-go and any additional menu items may be purchased directly from the cafeteria at regular prices.

View or print a copy of our monthly 60+ Dine menu:

June 2024 (PDF)

July 2024 (PDF)

60+ Dine hours: 

Monday – Friday  
11:15 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The Allen County Regional Hospital cafeteria is open to the public daily for breakfast and lunch. 60+ Dine program meals are only available Monday through Friday during lunch.


Sep. 7, 2023

60+ Dine Meal Program to Launch September 11 at Allen County Regional Hospital Cafeteria

The hospital’s cafeteria is the first location in SEKAAA’s 9-county service area to offer meals as part of this new program. The meals are available to adults 60 or older and their spouses.