Summer feeding program begins Monday

Written by  Friday, 06 June 2014 09:38

  Beginning Monday, the Food Bank will begin their Statesboro Cares program to assure that Bulloch County children from prekindergarten to high school age will get a hot, nourishing meal each weekday this summer.  The meals will be served from 11:30 till 12:45 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Food Bank’s new location at the Old Julia P. Bryant School on Donnie Simmons Way. 


  Joe Bill Brannon, Food Bank Director, said although registration is not required, he asks anyone who participates to call 912-489-FOOD so they will know how much food to prepare. 


  The Food Bank gets its food from donations from many sources.  Last Saturday 40,000 pounds were delivered from Savannah’s Second Harvest.  That’s enough food for about 600 families in Bulloch County.


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