Summer Meals Program Information Session, February 27

Hunger doesn’t take the summer off —10,341 children in York County qualify for free and reduced meals at school, but during the summer, only 2,195 spots were available in all of York County. Help increase opportunities for kids to eat well all year long in York County, by supporting new sponsors and sites for summer meal programs. From Partners for a Hunger-Free York County:

Summer Meals Program Outreach & Information Session
With Angela Wight, Summer Food Service Program Outreach Coordinator
Child Nutrition Services, Maine Department of Education
North Berwick Town Hall, 21 Main St, North Berwick, ME
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
1 – 3 pm

Please join us for a Summer Meals Program Outreach & Information Session with Angela Wight, Summer Food Service Program Outreach Coordinator, Child Nutrition Services, Maine Department of Education. Angela will share the latest information about this USDA-funded program, and we’ll hear about some great examples of successful summer meal programs from York County and beyond.

Please share this message with friends and colleagues at schools, after-school programs, church groups, recreation departments.

To learn more and register click here:—register.html

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