Summer Meals

ATTENTION: MEAL PICKUP Will change in July!!

  Summer Meals

Free meals for all kids 18 and under will continue through August 27th!!
Starting July 2nd meals will be available for pick up on
THURSDAYS from 3:30pm-5:30pm at the High School and Middle School.
(If you are currently picking up at Wakanda, please sign up for the High School)

Free Meals for Kids form  This form must be filled out for meals starting in July

We will do our best to follow our planned menu but may need to make changes due to availability.
Please contact  or 715-232-1642 x 11064, if you have any questions.


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