Summer @ Broward County Libraries Division Means Free Food and Fun!
- Children 18 and under can receive free lunch this summer at select Broward County Library locations -

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Kids enjoy free lunch this summer at select Broward County Libraries!

DATE: July 1, 2013
MEDIA CONTACT: Nancy Murray, Libraries Division
PHONE: 954-357-7406   

From now through August 16, participating Broward County Libraries Division locations, in conjunction with Sisters for Abundant Living, will provide free lunch and afternoon snacks for children ages 18 and under. The meals, which are made possible by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Summer BreakSpot program, meet nutritional United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines. All lunches and snacks will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The following Broward County Library locations will be serving free meals to children this summer: 

For more information about free summer meals at Broward County Library locations, please contact Nancy Murray, Youth Services Administrator, 954-357-7406,
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