City of Fresno Free Meals for Kids Program

July 7, 2009 12:00:00 AM PDT
Breakfast and lunch are now being served to hundreds of Fresno children who otherwise might not get those meals. Tuesday the city kicked off an expanded summer youth nutrition assistance program at several locations, including the Frank H. Ball Community Center in Southwest Fresno.

Children 18 and under can go to those locations to have breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, free of charge.

The meals are paid for with funds from a federal grant. There are 17 locations in the City of Fresno that are taking part in the program.

OPEN FROM 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M.

Dickey Youth Development Center (1515 E. Divisadero)

Einstein Neighborhood Center (3566 E. Dakota)

El Dorado Neighborhood Center (1343 E. Barstow)

Fink-White Neighborhood Center (535 S. Trinity)

Highway City Neighborhood Center (5140 N. State)

Hinton Community Center (2385 S. Fairview)

Lafayette Neighborhood Center (1516 E. Princeton)

Lions Park (4650 N. Marks)

Mary Ella Brown Community Center (1350 E. Annadale)

Melody Neighborhood Center (5935 E. Shields)

Mosqueda Community Center (4670 E. Butler)

Pinedale Community Center (7170 N. San Pablo)

Quigley Neighborhood Center (808 W. Dakota)

Sunset Neighborhood Center (1345 W. Eden)

Ted C. Wills Community Center (770 N. San Pablo)

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