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Posted on: March 19, 2020

Eight Recreation Centers to Distribute Evening Meals for Youth

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NEWS RELEASE
Recreation & Parks
March 19, 2020

Evening meals for youth will be distributed at eight city recreation centers starting Friday, March 20, under a partnership between Winston-Salem Recreation & Parks and the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina. The meals are free and will be distributed Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 5 and 7 p.m. 

Meals will be provided for those 18 and under, and for individuals with disabilities who are 22 and under. To ensure that participants have something to eat every evening, they will receive two meals on Mondays and Wednesdays, and three meals on Fridays.

Social distancing protocols will be enforced to encourage the safety and well-being of citizens and employees. Meals will be distributed outside in front of buildings when weather permits. If meals are distributed inside the recreation center doors, only eight people will be allowed inside at a time.

Meal sites are:

  • Fourteenth Street Community Center, 2020 N.E. 14th St., 336-727-2891.
  • Little Creek Neighborhood Center, 610 Foxcroft Dr., 336-659-4303.
  • Hanes Hosiery Community Center, 501 Reynolds Blvd., 336-727-2428.
  • Old Town Neighborhood Center, 4550 Shattalon Dr., 336-922-3561.
  • Polo Park Community Center, 1850 Polo Rd., 336-659-4309.
  • Sedge Garden Community Center, 401 Robbins Rd., 336-650-7694.
  • William C. Sims Sr. Community Center, 1201 Alder St., 336-727-2837.
  • William R. Anderson Jr. Community Center, 2450 Reynolds Park Rd., 336-650-7684.

This stop-gap dinner program complements the breakfast and lunch distributions offered at local schools while they are closed. It was organized by the participating agencies and coordinated by the city’s Think Orange campaign to combat hunger.

For complete information about the city’s response to the COVID-19 virus, go to CityofWS.org and click on the Alerts link at top of the page. 

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