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End Hunger Connecticut to launch summer meal program

Some 150,000 Connecticut students get free or reduced prices meals during the school year.  As classes are winding down, End Hunger Connecticut is reminding state residents about the federally funded summer meals program.  Summer participation is substantially lower, and the organization says it's vitally important as food pantry supplies are stretched thin at this time of year.

 

The meals are available at over 500 locations throughout the state for anyone 18 and younger.  2015 sites are coming soon.  In 2014, summer meals were give at Danbury Public Library, South Street School, Rogers Park Middle School, Broadview Middle School, Hayestown School and Shelter Rock School.  At Danbury Library, lunch is served in the lower level Meeting Room from 1pm to 2pm.

 

There are no forms to fill out and IDs will not be checked.

 

To find a location where meals are served, call the state's info line at 211 or log onto ctsummermeals.org.

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