Spread the Word About the Summer Meals Program!

The school year is coming to an end but children need to continue to learn, grow, and play during the summer too.  The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) also known as Summer Meals, is a program that can help kids get the nutrition they need during the summer when school is out.  The Summer Meals program provides free meals to all kids and teens 18 years and younger. 

A lot of children can receive these meals.  Let's make it a goal this summer to make sure that children are getting the nutrition they need to stay focused and have energy to play during the summer.  Whether you want to learn more about enrolling your child in a summer meals program or you are looking to help feed the children in your community here is some information and tips to get you started:

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