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Out-of-school free meals effort expands to 2,000-plus kids daily
Now likely to extend with school closure through April 24
Julia P. Bryant Elementary School principal Pam Goodman, far, left, and her staff prepare to distribute breakfast and lunch bags on Tuesday, March 17 as one of over 30 Bulloch County Schools remote feeding sites to provide meals to to children 18-under while schools are closed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In its first eight days, the Bulloch County Schools’ free meal distribution during the coronavirus school closure handed out a total of 13,101 two-meal bags. The program is now reaching more than 2,000 children each day, Monday through Friday.
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