District 518 announces summer food service program

Program will begin June 7 at multiple sites in community

District 518 brownhouse

WORTHINGTON — Independent School District 518 will be operating its summer food service program beginning June 7.

The program offers lunch and breakfast meals to anyone 18 years old or younger at no cost, Monday through Friday. Meal distribution will take place from 11 a.m. to noon for lunch meals at all sites unless otherwise specified. One location, Pirtles Park, will begin distribution at noon.

The locations for meal distribution in Worthington for the Summer Food Service Program are:

Learning Center, 825 N. Crailsheim Road (through July 1); Worthington Middle School, 1401 N. Crailsheim Road (through June 25); Worthington YMCA, 1501 Collegeway; Prairie Elementary, 1700 First Ave. S.W. (through June 25); West Learning Center, 117 11th Ave.; and Worthington High School, 1211 Clary St.; Millard Walker Park, Dover Street; Pirtles Park, East Avenue; U.S. Army Reserve Center, 1021 Milton Ave.; Watland Park, Evelyn Street; Grace Community Church, 2011 Nobles St.

No meals will be available at any location on July 2 or July 5.


For more information on the ISD 518 Summer Food Service Program, contact the district office at 372-2172.

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