Second Annual “Food for the Summer” Program Underway


Food for the Summer is well into its second year of providing lunches for children in need in the community and according to new program coordinator Emma Jenkins-Sullivan, the program has seen growth in outreach and involvement.

“Last year we had over 650 volunteers come out from the community,” said Jenkins-Sullivan, “and we’re hoping to grow that number even more this summer.

Individuals and local groups alike have reached out to lend a hand to children in need.

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