Free meals for children ages 1 to 18 this summer

Nacogdoches ISD will provide free meals this summer for children ages 1 to 18 at a number of locations throughout the city.

The first day for meals will be Monday, June 6 (meals are available at the Boys & Girls Club beginning May 31). Meals will be served at NISD locations including Brooks-Quinn-Jones Elementary, Thomas J. Rusk Elementary, Nacogdoches High School and NISD Central Kitchen. Meals will also be available at Boys & Girls Club and University Church Gym. 

The Rotary Club of Nacogdoches Mobile Library will set up at Boys & Girls Club on Mondays and Wednesday beginning June 6, and at BQJ Elementary beginning June 7.

Visit for a full schedule for locations along with menus for the summer meal program.

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