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5/31/05

Summer Lunch Program Available for Lubbock Youth

Children and youth ages 1 to 18 years old are eligible for free lunches this summer through the Summer Food Program for Children sponsored by the Texas Department of Human Services and provided to area youth through the City of Lubbock Parks and Recreation Department.

The Summer Food Program provides a free, nourishing noon-day meal Monday through Friday at nine locations around the city. Regrettably, the program cannot serve to any adults, including parents.

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Parents interested in their children participating in this program should contact Alicia Gray, Parks and Recreation, at (806) 775-2688 , for reservations and which location to attend. The time for serving lunch varies at each location.

The dates, times and locations for the Summer Food Program are listed below:

  • Maggie Trejo Supercenter
    • 3200 Amherst
    • 31-May 5-Aug
    • Olivia Solis 767-2705
    • Service Time - 12:00
  •  Copper Rawlings Community Center
    • 213 40th St.
    • 31-May 6-Aug
    • Herminia Martinez 767-2704
    • *(Harwell Cafeteria until June 30)
    • Service Time - 11:30
  •  Mae Simmons Community Center
    • 2004 Oak
    • 31-May 6-Aug
    • Olivia Solis 767-2700
    • Service Time * 12:00
  • Parkway Center
    • 405 N. MLK
    • 6-Jun 22-Jul
    • Larry Wilson 763-3963
    • Service Time - 12:00
  • Ramirez Elementary
    • 702 Ave. T
    • 3-Jun 30-Jun
    • Service Time * 11:30
  • Harwell Elementary
    • 4101 Ave. D
    • 3-Jun 30-Jun
    • *(Eats with Rawlings at Cafeteria)
    • Service Time - 11:30
  • Bean Elementary
    • 3001 Ave. N
    • 3-Jun 30-Jun
    • Service Time - 11:30
  • Boys & Girls Club Phea Branch
    • 1801 E. 24th St
    • 31-May 6-Aug
    • Reggie Essex 763-0204
    • Service Time - 12:15
  • Guadalupe Center
    • 6-Jun 22-Jul
    • Guadalupe Elementary Gym
    • 763-3963
    • Service Time - 12:00 

 For further information, contact Alicia Gray, (806) 775-2688.

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