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FSD3 announces summer feeding program

FLORENCE, SC (News Release) - Florence School District Three has announced the 2015 summer feeding program schedule beginning June 8 until July 31.

Lunch will be served to any child 18 years of age or younger at no charge on Mondays through Fridays from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Meal sites include the following locations: Lake City High School Mobile, Wren Village Apartments (Lake City), Flo's Tutoring (Lake City), Wesley United Methodist Church (Lake City), Olanta Elementary Adult Education Building, Savannah Grove FWB Church (Coward), Coward Community Center, St. Mark Holiness Church (Lake City), YMCA building-Lake City, Durant Apartment (Lake City), Nazareth United Methodist Church (Olanta), and St. John United Methodist Church (Lake City).

Check with individual sites for dates of operation as circumstances may change which could result in some sites not remaining open during the entire period.

Registration is not necessary, and program benefits and services are available to all children without regard to race, religion, color, sex, disability, age or national origin. The summer feeding program is operated in accordance with Federal Law and USDA policy.

For more information contact Donald Navorska, FCSD3 food service supervisor, at 374-8652 or by e-mail at dnavorska@fsd3.org.

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