St. Paul Provides Free Meals To Kids Over Summer
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The city of St. Paul wants to make sure kids don’t go hungry when they are out of school this summer.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Department, the St. Paul Public Library and the school district will provide free meals to St. Paul youth at four library locations and at some rec centers.
The meals are available to those ages 18 and younger. The meals will also be available to people with mental or physical disabilities who are over 18 and participate in a public or non-profit private school program.
The meals will be served at various times and locations from now through Aug. 26.
For complete meal times and location details, visit their website or call (651) 292-6508.
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