Summer Food Programs Feed Millions

Summer Food Programs Feed Millions

-Making a difference with 40,000 meals served this summer -Breakfast and lunch, nutritious options

The summer food service program run by the Altoona Area School District provided free breakfasts and lunches to children under 18, operating at ten different locations and running for 29 days.

“There is a lot of need for it,” says Don Redshaw, Metz Culinary General Manager at the Altoona School District. “Many of our students receive free or reduced meals during the school year. A lot of families are struggling, and without our assistance, summer can be tough.”

The USDA’s

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