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 Summer Food Service Program 2018
 June 15 – August 3, 2018
Providing free breakfast and lunch for children 
Sponsored by: Wilson County Schools School Nutrition Program

Are you a community organization looking to provide FREE Breakfast and/or Lunch to school age children? (18 years old and younger). You can operate at city parks, recreation centers, churches, and other locations. If you have a community group that is interested in being a 2018 Summer Food Service Program Site please contact: Ann Barfield, Summer Feeding Coordinator, Phone: 252-399-7846, Email:



The Wilson County School Nutrition Program takes pride in being a highly trained, dedicated and professional team whose mission is to courteously serve well-prepared nutritious meals to enhance the health of the student body.  We will accomplish our mission through our values of teamwork, customer service and continuous improvement.

The health and safety of the 10,900 children we serve every day in our child nutrition program is of the utmost importance to us.  Our ultimate vision is 100% program participation by more than 12,000 Wilson County students.  Thank you to those that support our program.

We look forward each and every day to having the opportunity to serve your child!  



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