Savannah's summer lunch program gets underway next week. Anyone 18 or younger can stop by one of the city's many public parks or designated locations, and pick up a nutritious and delicious bag lunch. The program starts next Monday.
Two locations, Forsyth Park and the Bartow Center, will start a week later because of the G-8 summit.
To find out the times and locations for the summer lunch program, call City Recreational Services at 912.351.3842.
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