Union City celebrates the kick off of the Summer Meal Program

 

 

Today, Union City held a party to celebrate their summer meal program for the 33rd year. According to the city, the program will help ensure that no child goes hungry this summer.

The summer program is part of the National School Lunch Program and was designed so that the children who receive free, or reduced lunches during the school year, also have the same opportunity throughout the summer.

The program is fully funded by the USDA (United States Dept. of Agriculture), and allows any child under 18, who is a Union City resident, or visiting a resident, to receive breakfast and lunch at no cost.

The city has 14 sites where free meals can be obtained. For more information on the program visit www.ucnj.com

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Ashley Bruno is a Cum Laude graduate from Monmouth University where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in communication with concentrations in both TV & Radio Production, and Journalism. While in College she worked for 3 years on her school’s television station Hawk-TV, where she was a News Anchor and Reporter. She also worked behind the scenes on several shows on Long Branch Cable. In addition she had an internship with WABC-TV New York, where she did story development for “7 on your side.” Ashley has a passion for news and loves investigating stories. In her spare time, Ashley is a total foodie. She loves cooking, baking, and going to restaurants. She also enjoys the gym and fitness, and loves incorporate these two passions by creating healthy treats.

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