Dine with a Doc at Mason Point Max J. Knight building. A FREE lunch for seniors and the opportunity to meet with a physician from the area.

Senior Education Ministries, Inc. in partnership with the Sullivan Community has scheduled: Dine with a Doc ® -Sullivan on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 11:00a-1:00p at the Max J. Knight Community Building Banquet Hall (@ Mason Point) located at One Masonic Way Sullivan, Illinois 61951

Dine with a Doc® is a FREE educational program that welcomes the local senior public to getting to hear an educational topic while enjoying a complimentary lunch. No need to bring any money! Just bring a questioning mind, an appetite and perhaps a friend.

This program is a community effort of a doctor, a lunch sponsor, the senior citizens, local churches and area businesses coming together for the good of all to serve the senior citizens.

Each doctor has graciously donated this time in effort to listen, hear, and answer your medical questions while sharing a meal with you. Various community businesses also participate by donating door prizes or providing complimentary lunch for you to enjoy and learn about ways they may help you as well.

The Dine with a Doc® program was designed to allow the seniors to get out of their homes, fellowship with their peers, extend their available financial resources, promote enhanced living, and educate them (from a preventative standpoint) with the goal of improving their quality of life and providing them with the resources and information to make an informed choice about their healthcare.

Lunch will be complimentary and provided courtesy of Eastview Terrace, 100 Eastview Place, Sullivan , IL 61951, Phone: 217.728.7367.

The staff of Eastview Terrace strives for excellence in obtaining each resident’s individual needs and goals to attain their highest level of independence.

Their main objective is to provide excellent nursing care. They have a very dedicated and caring nursing staff to meet your needs. They also offer an exciting activity and social service department to provide for your social needs. They strongly encourage family involvement with their residents at any time. Eastview Terrace offers a variety of individualized care programs and medical services to help residents regain function and get the most out of life.

There will be an opening prayer and Veterans in attendance will be recognized for their service and dedication to our country followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to start off the program. There will be various Health Care Providers present to share information about their services and provide Door prizes for participants to win.

Additionally provided free of charge at every Dine with a Doc® is a “Wellness Clinic”. You’ll be able to count on Lincolnland Home Care and Hospice every month at the Dine with a Doc® program to provide you with blood pressure information to take back to your doctor.

Reservations for Dine with A Doc® are required and can be made by contacting: Mason Point (217) 728-4394- Be sure to leave a message if there is no answer and they will call back and confirm they got your rsvp!

The Dine with A Doc® program welcomes community participation. We are open to suggestions regarding physicians and businesses you would like to hear more about. Please contact Lori Aplin RN at 1-812-230-7772 if you’d like more information or to offer your suggestions for the Dine with a Doc® Program.


  • Starting Wednesday, January 17th, 2018, repeats every month on the 1st Tuesday until Monday, December 31, 2018 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm


Max J. Knight Community Building Banquet Hall

One Masonic Way
Sullivan, IL

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