All children are invited to enjoy free lunches again this summer through the Great Northern Services’ Summer Lunch program. Kids can find healthy meals, fun activities, and a chance to see their friends at multiple locations this summer. The 2022 Summer Lunch Program will serve meals Monday through Thursday from June 20th to August 4th.
Free lunches will be served this summer as follows:
‒ At the Dunsmuir Community Resource Center at 5840 Dunsmuir Ave, from 1-1:30;
‒ In McCloud, at McCloud Baptist Church, 121 Water St, from 12:30-1:00;
‒ In Mount Shasta: at Sisson Elementary School, 601 E. Alma St, from 12-12:30
‒ At two locations in Weed: at Bel Air Park from 11:30-12, and at Mountain View Apartments, 262 E. Lake Street, from 11-11:30;
If you are interested in volunteering for the program, you can sign up to be a Summer Lunch Chef.
Great Northern Services (GNS) sponsors a USDA Summer Food Service Program. Bag lunches are distributed Monday through Thursday from June to August. Meals are provided to all children ages 18 and under without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there is no discrimination in the course of the meal service.
To learn more about how you can volunteer or help to support the Summer Lunch Program, contact Jeremy Porteous at 530-938-4115 ext 116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos from the 2018 Summer Lunch Program
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