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Frenship ISD will be offering free meals for all children 18 years old and younger for Summer 2021.

In a Frenship ISD news release, they said that the district would be teaming up with Aramark, a food service, facilities and uniform services provider.

Starting on Tuesday, June 1st, families will be able to pick up food bags once a week for every one of their children. All children are welcome to obtain the food bags, and they don't even have to be a Frenship ISD student. These bags will contain breakfast and lunch that should last 7 days.

These food bags will be available for pickup at Westwind Elementary School at 6401 43rd Street in Lubbock and the FHS Ninth Grade Center at 407 N Dowden in Wolfforth. Bags will be available every Tuesday from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Frenship ISD Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Keith Patrick said:

"Frenship ISD is proud to join Aramark in doing our part to help ensure that no child from 0-18 goes hungry over the summer months," said Keith Patrick, Frenship ISD director of entrepreneurship and innovation. "This programs is a tangible way we can help provide an added layer of support for families across the entire area and we're extremely proud to continue it through this summer."

For more information on the food bag program, which is called Tiger Bites, visit Frenship ISD's website.

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