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Lunch Angels to the rescue

Program helps families pay for student meals

5:56 AM, Mar. 8, 2014
A donation to the Sevastopol School District last fall was used to start its Lunch Angels program. The program helps balance the lunch accounts of students whose families may not qualify for free or reduced lunches.
A donation to the Sevastopol School District last fall was used to start its Lunch Angels program. The program helps balance the lunch accounts of students whose families may not qualify for free or reduced lunches.
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After receiving a donation in February, the Sevastopol School District launched a program that settles the lunch accounts of some students who do not qualify for free or reduced lunches.

The $500 donation from the Whitefish Bay Association, a group homeowners from the Whitefish Bay area including Bark Road and South Cave Point Drive, provided the seed money for the Lunch Angels program. According to Janet Johnson, the association treasurer, each year the group donates to two organizations. The most recent recipients were Whitefish Dunes State Park and Sevastopol.

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