KCEOC’s Summer Food Service Program is a USDA sponsored program designed to fill the nutrition gap at-risk children face in the summer months when they do not have access to school lunches/meals. KCEOC serves feeding sites in Knox, Laurel, and Harlan Counties. Typically over 55,000 meals are served each summer. The meals served are nutritious, made fresh every day, and free to all children aged 18 years old and younger. Meals must be consumed onsite and will be provided on a first come first served basis.
For more information about KCEOC’s Summer Food Service Program, contact Brendia Moses at 606-546-3152.
KCEOC is an equal opportunity provider.
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