No child left hungry

Children of all ages throughout Alachua County will again be fed breakfast and lunch this summer.

Thanks to a federally funded food service program that runs from Monday through July 23, children from infants to 18 years old can receive free breakfast and lunch at 93 locations with a multitude of options that include in-person, bus routes, curb side grab and go and the Alachua County School District’s food truck, which visits underserved neighborhoods including Hidden Oaks, Majestic Oaks and the Swag Family Resource Center.

All the children have to do to get a meal is to show up at a feeding site during meal times.

For a complete listing and more details on free meal sites, serving dates and times, please visit the school district’s food and nutrition website at www.yourchoicefresh.com or call 352-955-7539.