Meals Program September 21, 2020
Meals are being provided, free of charge, to all children 18 and under through June 30th, 2021.
We will also be providing Grab and Go breakfast and lunch meals to children learning in school, free of charge. No sign up is necessary. If you do not want your child to participate in the Grab and Go program, please let the school's principal know.
Please see link below for sign up sheet: https://forms.gle/K6x39cGZ9yDB...
Meals will be delivered to the following bus stops at the designated times below on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's:
Erickson's Parking Lot off 117 12:00 PM
Mill & Main parking lot (Across from St. Bridget's Parking lot) 1:30 PM
Intersection of Brooks St, Lincoln St and Mockingbird Ln 12:30 PM
Parking lot of Jam Time/Advance Auto Parts off Powdermill Rd 1:00 PM
Please arrive at the stop at the designated time, the bus only takes abut 10 minutes to unload.
There will also be a pick up location at Fowler Middle School 12:00 PM.
We are making every effort to accommodate allergies. As always, FreshPicks serves a nut free menu. If your child has an allergy and you feel that the meal may contain an allergen, please do not have your child consume the food item. At this time, due to instability in ordering and warehouse availability, we cannot provide a menu.
If you need to cancel or have any questions/concerns , please call Eliza Aldrich (978) 897-8251 or email email@example.com.
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