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  • Area nonprofit feeds Lee's Summit kids during summer months

    Every weekday during the summer, volunteers with Coldwater go into two Lee's Summit neighborhoods with sack lunches for children. The nonprofit started the lunch program several years ago over concern that some children didn't have enough to eat over the summer.

Every weekday during the summer, volunteers with Coldwater go into two Lee's Summit neighborhoods with sack lunches for children. The nonprofit started the lunch program several years ago over concern that some children didn't have enough to eat over the summer. Laura Bauer lbauer@kcstar.com
Every weekday during the summer, volunteers with Coldwater go into two Lee's Summit neighborhoods with sack lunches for children. The nonprofit started the lunch program several years ago over concern that some children didn't have enough to eat over the summer. Laura Bauer lbauer@kcstar.com

So Lee’s Summit kids don’t go hungry in the summer, a nonprofit steps in

July 06, 2016 11:03 AM