WICHITA, Kansas -- Despite the blizzard like conditions Monday afternoon, a group of volunteers in Wichita didn't let that get in the way of a special delivery.
Volunteers from the Meals on Wheels program braved the cold to get the job done.
Meals on Wheels is just one of many programs offered by Senior Services of Wichita.
With the massive winter storm last week, deliveries were canceled for two days affecting more than 800 people who depend on their services.
Braving high winds, bitter temperatures, and snow, dozens of volunteers hit the road to deliver meals to people over the age of 60.
One route served around 11 people, each receiving a nutritious meal and food to last them through Tuesday.
People who received a meal Monday afternoon say they were surprised and shocked that volunteers were out making deliveries.
"I felt really blessed. I felt pretty wonderful," said Laura Gwaltney. "I'm lucky because I can't cook and still get around, but for others that are shut in, it's not good."
"I do really appreciate it," said Gary Pehl. "I mean you guys don't see it, but I do appreciate it."
Deliveries could be canceled for Tuesday depending on the weather conditions and how much snow Wichita gets.
Volunteers dropped off two meals for clients just in case deliveries are canceled Tuesday.