Free Summer Lunch Program

Branch: 
Hubbard

We are partnering with Motor City Summer Camp staff and volunteers
 to offer free summer lunches to children under 18 yrs of age, supplied
by the Detroit Department of Health.  Plan to stay around for the summer
camp activities. Lunch program will continue until August 10.

Age: 
Children under 18

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Today: July 3, 2015
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