Spokane Valley’s free summer meal program begins June 15

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — The City of Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation Department’s free summer meal program will return to three city parks in mid-June.

The program offers sack lunches and the next day’s breakfast for children ages 18 and under. Meals are provided by the East Valley school District and the parks department provides free activity kits.

Children do not need to be an EVSD student to receive meals.

Meals can be picked up at Edgecliff, Terrace View and Valley Mission Parks every Monday through Thursday. The program will run from June 15 through August 6.

More information on times and park addresses can be found here.