Now that school is out, some children will not be provided with meals like they are during the school year so the West Texas Food Bank is stepping up to help out.

According to NewsWest 9, for families not able to provide those needed lunches, Craig Stoker, Director of Marketing for the West Texas Food Bank says he is excited to provide.

"We are excited to offer the summer food service program at 13 sites this summer, including a new feeding site at the Eighty-Seventh Apartments," said Stoker.

The food bank will also be partnering with the Midland Downtown Library and the Ellen Noel Art Museum to provide activities for those who do get lunch.

For more information, check out the West Texas Food Bank website.

 

 

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