The Round Rock Public Library is helping to fill family nutrition gaps with the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas and the Texas Department of Agriculture. Kids and teens facing food scarcity during the summer months are welcome to enjoy a free, nutritious meal at the Library Friday afternoons.
Kids and teens facing food scarcity during the summer months are welcome to enjoy a free, nutritious meal at the Library Friday afternoons. Come to the Round Rock Public Library‘s Meeting Room A, 12 – 1 pm, any Friday from June 14, 2019 – August 2, 2019.
The Library will try to meet anticipated demand for lunches. Lunches will be distributed first come, first served, to children ages 0 – 18 until all meals are gone. There is no enrollment, no proof of need required, and no cost for this program.
Summer lunches at the Library are provided by a partnership with the Central Texas Food Bank and the Texas Department of Agriculture to fill a nutrition gap families may face when schools are closed. Don’t let our neighborhood kids go hungry; if you are aware of families experiencing a nutrition gap this summer, please share this information with them.
To find additional Summer Food Program sites, please visit this website.