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Hiawatha summer lunch program begins

(KNZA)--Hiawatha ACES will kick off its 7th year of providing free lunches to local kids on Tuesday, June 2.

The non-profit organization's “ No Hunger Summer” program will run through July 31.

Due to COVID-19, this year “ Grab and go” sack lunches will be provided instead of a sit down meal.

They will available for free to anyone 18 and under from 11:30 to 1:00 in the alley behind the Brown County Sheriff's Department in Hiawatha.

Brown County Sheriff John Merchant said they asking vehicles to enter the alley from 8th Street and exit on 7th Street.

Children walking or riding bikes, are asked to use the same location to receive their meal.

The program is co-sponsored by the Second Harvest Community Food Bank, based in St. Joseph, Missouri.

If you have any questions you can message Hiawatha ACES on their FACEBOOK page or call (785)-741-5141.




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