One of the most iconic visuals on the Bayview Hunters Point skyline is “Bayview Rise,” a mural that adorns a grain elevator and silos located at the Port of San Francisco’s Pier 92.
At 187-feet tall, the primary visual from the horizon line is a soaring heron, which ties to nearby Heron’s Head Park, a successful environmental restoration by the Port. What many people do not know about the Pier 92 installation is that its origins are inspired by a Meals on Wheels recipient.
At 75-years young, Maxine has accomplished quite a bit.
The widowed mother of one daughter, devoted grandmother of five, and great grandmother of seven, has dedicated her life to making a difference for others who are at-risk and in need of help.
Meals on Wheels Breaks Ground on $41.5 Million Kitchen and Food Production Facility.
On July 25, under sunny skies, an audience of 100 guests including supporters to our capital campaign, elected officials, project team partners, and news media, joined us in celebrating a milestone in Meals on Wheels San Francisco’s (MOWSF) near 50-year history -- breaking ground to begin building our new state-of-the-art kitchen and food production facility.
This summer we may experience heatwaves, power outages, or poor air quality. Are you and your elderly friends and family ready?
Know where your emergency kit is: You should include items such as water, non-perishable food, medicine, and a flashlight.
Alfred is ready to play his electronic synthesizer. Every afternoon around 4 pm, the 75-year-old Castro resident brushes up on his creative skills – playing hits from some of the greats, like Prince, and remastering them with his own take. The result – a futuristic explosion of harmonies with just a hint of Caribbean cruise influences.
He’s been playing musical instruments and dancing for at least 16 years mostly because of the encouragement he received as a youth.