Feeding Independent Productive Citizens
Please join us this summer for NO COST lunch for all kids 1 to 18!
No registration needed!
One meal per person!
Must eat on site!
Make plans to hang out with us and enjoy your meal. No fast food here--just healthy choices with veggies, fruits, whole grains, lean meats and low fat milk! Click here for the lunch menu for the High School Cafe and here for the menu for Mobile Sites and Camps.
Lunch will be served June 1--July 26 at:
(Closed on July 4 for Holiday)
Breakfast Available 7:30-8:00
The Lunch Bus:
The Learning Train: 10:20-11:00
Colbert 1st Baptist 10:25-10:45
Tranquility Forest Park 11:00-11:25
Joy Baptist Church 11:35-12:05
Hull-Sanford Elementary 12:15-12:35
Hwy 106 Trailer Park 12:40-1:00
Neese Trailer Park 1:10-1:30
The Lunch Truck:
Danielsville Crawford Long St. Apartments 11:30-11:40
Rec Center by Tennis Courts 11:45-12:15--serving all Rec Center Sport Camps and walk-ups
Irvin Kirk Rd, Dville: 12:30-12:50
Sherwood Rd. Danielsville 1:00-1:30
Many VBS and day camp locations throughout the summer too! Watch for the signs at the feeding sites.
On Wednesday nights you can get lunches at Bluestone Baptist, Joy Baptist, Oak Grove Baptist, Springfield Baptist and Holly Creek Baptist.
If you live near Camp Maranatha, Jones Chapel, The Learning Train or Camp Little Light you can drop in to get a lunch too at 12:00. Camp Little Light will be done July 13 and Camp Maranatha will be done July 20.
Get Madison Reading: Feed Your Brain
This summer when you bring your family to the summer lunch program you will find books! Books for you and books for your children. These books are free for your family. We ask that you take one or two at a time and return what you don't want to keep for someone else to use later.
Hope to see you this summer! Get ready to Get Madison Reading!
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.