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Summer Food Service Program

Providing Nutritious Meals to Children All Summer!

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In connection with the New York State Department of Education Child Nutrition Program, Chautauqua Opportunities sponsors the Summer Food Service Program in Chautauqua County.  This service provides free meals to children aged 18 and under throughout the summer months.

Summer Food Service is a great way to ensure your child receives healthy and affordable lunches during the times school is not is session.
What types of places might have Summer Food Service?

  •  Summer Recreation
  • Youth Programs
  • Summer School Programs
  • Camps
  • Church Groups


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