Spread the word: Free summer lunches


Wilmington City Schools (WCS), for a fourth year, is offering lunch free of charge this summer to all children, 18 and younger in the Wilmington community Mondays through Fridays through Aug. 11 (except July 4). Each day, four entrees will be offered with fresh fruits and vegetables and two flavors of milk. The lunch menus can be found on the WCS website under the Food Service Department. WCS Food Service Director Jodie Havert said Tuesday the turnout this summer has been good. Seated from left in the foreground are McKayla Lamb, 5, Tristin Lamb, 6, Chance Lamb, 9, and Jeremy Lamb, 10. Mom Judith Lamb said they come “pretty much every day unless something is going on.” It helps the household budget, she said. Children don’t have to be enrolled in WCS or be on free or reduced meals to receive the summer lunches free of charge. Meals are served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria. Adults can buy a meal for $3.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Wilmington City Schools (WCS), for a fourth year, is offering lunch free of charge this summer to all children, 18 and younger in the Wilmington community Mondays through Fridays through Aug. 11 (except July 4). Each day, four entrees will be offered with fresh fruits and vegetables and two flavors of milk. The lunch menus can be found on the WCS website under the Food Service Department. WCS Food Service Director Jodie Havert said Tuesday the turnout this summer has been good. Seated from left in the foreground are McKayla Lamb, 5, Tristin Lamb, 6, Chance Lamb, 9, and Jeremy Lamb, 10. Mom Judith Lamb said they come “pretty much every day unless something is going on.” It helps the household budget, she said. Children don’t have to be enrolled in WCS or be on free or reduced meals to receive the summer lunches free of charge. Meals are served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria. Adults can buy a meal for $3.

Wilmington City Schools (WCS), for a fourth year, is offering lunch free of charge this summer to all children, 18 and younger in the Wilmington community Mondays through Fridays through Aug. 11 (except July 4). Each day, four entrees will be offered with fresh fruits and vegetables and two flavors of milk. The lunch menus can be found on the WCS website under the Food Service Department. WCS Food Service Director Jodie Havert said Tuesday the turnout this summer has been good. Seated from left in the foreground are McKayla Lamb, 5, Tristin Lamb, 6, Chance Lamb, 9, and Jeremy Lamb, 10. Mom Judith Lamb said they come “pretty much every day unless something is going on.” It helps the household budget, she said. Children don’t have to be enrolled in WCS or be on free or reduced meals to receive the summer lunches free of charge. Meals are served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria. Adults can buy a meal for $3.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_lunch_p_f.jpgWilmington City Schools (WCS), for a fourth year, is offering lunch free of charge this summer to all children, 18 and younger in the Wilmington community Mondays through Fridays through Aug. 11 (except July 4). Each day, four entrees will be offered with fresh fruits and vegetables and two flavors of milk. The lunch menus can be found on the WCS website under the Food Service Department. WCS Food Service Director Jodie Havert said Tuesday the turnout this summer has been good. Seated from left in the foreground are McKayla Lamb, 5, Tristin Lamb, 6, Chance Lamb, 9, and Jeremy Lamb, 10. Mom Judith Lamb said they come “pretty much every day unless something is going on.” It helps the household budget, she said. Children don’t have to be enrolled in WCS or be on free or reduced meals to receive the summer lunches free of charge. Meals are served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria. Adults can buy a meal for $3. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal