School’s out, but lunch is still served in Ignacio

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School’s out, but lunch is still served in Ignacio

Nonprofits relaunch summer lunch program
Hannah Cundiff, 18, serves Shymelle Navarro, 5, and Ariana Kutubi, 6, on Tuesday during the free summer lunch program at the Education Literacy Health and Inspiration Community Center in Ignacio. The program started this week and will run through Aug. 8.
Jesse Salazar with his children from left, Jamie, 3, Sophia, 4, and Olivia, 5, eat yogurt, granola bars and vegetables Tuesday during the free summer lunch program at the Education Literacy Health and Inspiration Community Center in Ignacio. Salazar said he has seven children and the family will likely be back for lunches.
Andreas Salazar, 1, eats lunch at the community center.
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Free summer lunches are served to children under 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays at the Education Literacy Health and Inspiration Community Center at 115 Ute Drive. Meals will be served until Aug. 8.
Durango School District 9-R does not have a summer lunch program. But a food pantry is open to families from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the School-Based Health Center at Durango High School.

School’s out, but lunch is still served in Ignacio

Hannah Cundiff, 18, serves Shymelle Navarro, 5, and Ariana Kutubi, 6, on Tuesday during the free summer lunch program at the Education Literacy Health and Inspiration Community Center in Ignacio. The program started this week and will run through Aug. 8.
Jesse Salazar with his children from left, Jamie, 3, Sophia, 4, and Olivia, 5, eat yogurt, granola bars and vegetables Tuesday during the free summer lunch program at the Education Literacy Health and Inspiration Community Center in Ignacio. Salazar said he has seven children and the family will likely be back for lunches.
Andreas Salazar, 1, eats lunch at the community center.
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