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Free summer lunch program begins at Granite Schools


SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Granite School District began its free summer lunch program Monday for children who struggle with food insecurity during the summer months. 

The district tells ABC4 News a large portion of families simply do not have enough to eat, and during summer months, children go hungry because they cannot rely on school meals. 

Now through Aug. 9, lunch will be available at various locations around the district for children ages 18 and younger. At some site, free breakfast will also be served. 

Adults may also purchase a meal for $3.50. 

For more information about availability and location, click here. 

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