While school is out for the summer, local schools, churches, and other community organizations are stepping up to once again offer free nutritious meals to kids and teens who are 18-years-old and younger in Broome and Tioga counties.

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Rock On Cafe is a collaborative partnership between the Food Service Directors in Broome and Tioga Counties where they strive to make sure that children in our community have access to food that isn't just healthy but is also tasty.

According to Rock on Cafe, grab-and-go summer meals for kids aged 18 and younger are totally free but keep in mind that the schedule and location availability is subject to change.

If you are struggling to feed your family, please call 2-1-1 from your cell phone or from a landline phone, call 1-800-901-2180.

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