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  • Chester youth eat free summer lunches through federal program

    On a hot Friday, children in Chester gathered at a park for a "Fun Day," to mark the end of summer before heading to school. The children ate hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, and cupcakes at the event, which is part of the federal Summer Food Service Program that provides free summer lunches to children. The program, which served more than 2,000 Chester County children at 71 sites this summer, also operates in York and Lancaster counties.

On a hot Friday, children in Chester gathered at a park for a "Fun Day," to mark the end of summer before heading to school. The children ate hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, and cupcakes at the event, which is part of the federal Summer Food Service Program that provides free summer lunches to children. The program, which served more than 2,000 Chester County children at 71 sites this summer, also operates in York and Lancaster counties. Tracy Kimball
On a hot Friday, children in Chester gathered at a park for a "Fun Day," to mark the end of summer before heading to school. The children ate hotdogs, hamburgers, chips, and cupcakes at the event, which is part of the federal Summer Food Service Program that provides free summer lunches to children. The program, which served more than 2,000 Chester County children at 71 sites this summer, also operates in York and Lancaster counties. Tracy Kimball

‘A lot more than lunch’: Chester summer program feeds 2,000 kids, shows them love

August 05, 2016 4:32 PM