Watertown City School District and Community Action Planning Council teamed up to host a special celebration of the Summer Food Service Program on July 9 at Knickerbocker School. 207 children were treated to a nutritious lunch of grilled hamburgers, fresh watermelon and milk. Thanks to our friends at Stewart’s Shops, this summer picnic included ice cream and an array of delicious toppings!
Local agencies were on hand to share information and host special activities and games for the kids. Thanks to our many partners for helping make this event a great success. And special thanks to Craig, Brenda and the Food Service staff at Watertown City School District for hosting the event and doing all the cooking!
Summer meals are available now through August 22 at 25 meal sites throughout Jefferson County, sponsored by Watertown City School District and Community Action Planning Council. The program is funded by the US Department of Agriculture with local promotional support from the Nutrition Outreach and Education Program. For more information about the Summer Food Service Program, call 315.782.4900, ext. 271.