by Katelyn Heck, 13WMAZ.com
- "Seamless Summer" program aims to keep Bibb students fed over the summer when school is out.
- Anyone under 18 can get a free breakfast, lunch or afternoon snack at one of 100 sites around the county.
- The federally-funded program starts June 3 and ends through July 19.
Over the summer, kids get a break from tests and homework, but the Bibb County School District wants to make sure they aren't skipping out on a healthy meal.
The district will kick off the Seamless Summer program on June 3.
At over 100 sites throughout the county, anyone 18 and under can receive a free breakfast, lunch, or afternoon snack.
"Our goal is to try to provide as many meals and service for the community as we can, because there is a big need," says program director Bernice Tukes.