This annual event is free and open to all children in need of new supplies. Can you help us make it happen?
Author: Elise Warren
Comidas de Verano
para ninos y jovenes hasta 18 años de edad
Lunes-Viernes, Junio 26 – Augusto 25
Mountain View Park – 11:30-12:00
Mt. Stuart Elementary – 12:00-12:20
Kiwanis Park – 12:30-1:00
North Alder St. Park – 12:45-1:15
Cle Elum Park – 11:30-12:00
Roslyn Park – 12:30-1:00
City of Kittitas – Gazebo Park – 12:00-12:30
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Visite www.fns.usda.gov/es/ summerfoodrocks
1407 N B St.
Ellensburg, Wa 98926
Summer Meals are Here!!
June 26th – August 25th
Come out and join us!
Our Summer Meals program (part of the Summer Food Service Program of OSPI) allows us to bring tasty, nutritious lunches to children up to the age of 18. These are wonderful, full meals geared towards children and their likes and needs. Any child up to the ages of 18 can participate, so come and eat! (Please note, meals must be eaten on site, adult meals will be available for purchase.)
Times and Locations:
1200 E. Seattle, Ellensburg
11:30 – 12:00
Mt. Stuart Elementary School
705 W. 15th Ave, Ellensburg
12:00 – 12:20
N Main & 14th Ave, Ellensburg
12:30 – 1:00
North Alder Street Park
2400 N. Alder St., Ellensburg
12:45 – 1:15
Pierce St. & E. 3rd Ave, Kittitas
12:00 – 12:30
Cle Elum City Park
W 2nd St. & E. 3rd Ave, Cle Elum
11:30 – 12:00
Roslyn City Park
3rd & Idaho Ave, Roslyn
12:30 – 1:00
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