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Greenbrier County Board of Education Provides Meals to Children During the Summer
The Greenbrier County Board of Education announces their sponsorship of the federally funded Summer Food Service Program.
A nutritious meal is important for children to learn, play and remain active during the summer months. Remember, Hunger Doesn’t Take a Summer Vacation! This summer, breakfast, lunch and/or snack are open to all children, ages 18 years and under, who would like to participate. Meals will be served at the following sites:
Alderson Elementary, June 22 – July 24, 2015 – Breakfast (8 am) & Lunch (11 am) / Monday- Friday
Frankford Elementary, June 22– July 24, 2015 – Breakfast (7:30 am) & Lunch (11:00 am) / Monday – Friday
Rainelle Elementary, June 22 – July 24, 2015 – Breakfast (8:00 am) & Lunch (11:00 am) / Monday – Friday
Rupert Elementary, June 22 – July 24, 2015 – Breakfast (8:00 am) & Lunch (11:00 am) / Monday - Friday
WSS Elementary, June 22 – July 24, 2015 – Breakfast (7:30 am) & Lunch (11:30 am) / Monday - Friday
Greenbrier State Forest, July 6-9th, 2015 – Snacks (am & pm) - Scout Day Camp Participants
Ronceverte Elementary, July 6 – July 24, 2015 – Lunch (11:30 am) / Monday - Friday
Western Greenbrier Middle School, July 6 – July 24, 2015 - Lunch (11:30 am) / Monday – Friday
Alderson Farmer’s Market, June 27 – July 25, 2015 (Saturday for 5 weeks) Lunch (11:30 am)
For more information about the Greenbrier County Summer Food Program, please call Jennifer Curry, Child Nutrition Coordinator, Greenbrier County Schools, 304-647-6462.
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