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Operation Feed Gorham provides bagged lunches to students

Schools may be closed, but Gorham students still need to be fed! School Nutrition Program staff members are hard at work, preparing meals for pick up at sites around town. The sites are manned by other district employees, including bus drivers and education technicians. The bagged lunches include a sandwich, chips and fruit, as well as juice.

The program, known as “Operation Feed Gorham”, is open to all students. More than 500 lunches were served in the first three days of the operation, and organizers expect to see demand grow as the school shutdown continues. The plan is to expand the program to include other family members and, eventually, the community at large. 

Lunches can be picked up at Little Falls Recreation Center at 40 Acorn Street, Phinney Lumber at 519 Fort Hill Road, Moody’s Collision Center at 200 Narragansett Street, and Friendly Village Community Center at 5 Ash Drive.

For the most up-to-date information, visit the school district website, gorhamschools.org, or email Michael Sanborn, Director of Dining Services at michael.sanborn@gorhamschools.org.

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