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Participants flock to Green Bay schools' summer lunch program

10:05 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
Summer lunch program provides free, healthy meals
Summer lunch program provides free, healthy meals: Kids and families who might struggle to find food in the summer can receive a free, nutritious meal through a federally funded summer lunch program. Meal sites include parks, the east- and west-side Boys & Girls Clubs, some libraries and churches.
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A line forms near a Green Bay School District food truck at about 11 a.m. at a park by Eisenhower Elementary School.

A pregnant mom with several toddlers, kids who ran over from a nearby playground and a family who lives in the neighborhood wait to collect a turkey sandwich, orange and milk for lunch.

It's part of a federally sponsored 10-week summer lunch program that officials say helps provide nutritious food for kids and families who might struggle to find food in the summer months. ...

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