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Brewer Greets Parents at P.S. 125 in Harlem to Promote Free Summer Meals for Kids, Part of Borough-Wide Day of Action

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On Friday, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer led a borough-wide Day of Action to provide parents and children with detailed information about free meals available this summer through New York City’s Summer Meals Program. Brewer flyered at the Ralph Bunche School (P.S. 125) in Harlem this morning, and about 100 volunteers and staff from her own office, Councilmember Ben Kallos’ office, FoodCorps, and Hunger Free America fanned out to spread the word at Manhattan’s 82 Title Oneelementary schools.

“Families need to know: free Summer Meals for kids are available all across Manhattan. That’s why we’re spreading the word today, with specific times and locations on flyers available in up to six languages,” said Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer. “The sooner we can get this information to students and parents, the better. That’s why we’re spreading the word today, and that’s why I hope we can get this information out even earlier next year, so we have more time to spread the word.” Read more…

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