Free meals for children

Published June 7, 2012 2:12 pm
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If you're a family that is having a hard time making ends meet, you may be interested in the Summer Food Service program. More than 200 sites statewide serve a free breakfast and/or lunch to low-income children on weekdays throughout the summer. Go HERE for more information about the program and a list of locations where meals are served. At many sites, adults can purchase a low-cost meal so that they may eat with their children.

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