HAH Summer Lunch Program Starting June 4th


Enjoy free daily activities, food, speakers, swimming and gym play at Hillsboro Area Hospital's Summer Lunch Program! The program provides free lunch and activities for kids 18 & under from 12-1pm on Mondays-Fridays from June 4th through July 27th (except for July 4-5). Note: Children under six must be accompanied by an adult 18 or over. Meet at the Fusion Fitness and Aquatics main entrance at noon or use complimentary transportation services from a district school bus that picks up at the following locations:

  • 11:41 am Beckemeyer Gym
  • 11:44 am Corner of Oak and Dearborn
  • 11:46 am Hillsboro Bowling Alley
  • 11:48 am Central Park/Wood Street
  • 11:50 am Douglas/North Street
  • 11:51 am Housing Authority Community Building

Coffeen, Witt, and Irving:

Lunch provided by Hillsboro Area Hospital's Summer Lunch Program will be dropped off at these locations during these times from June 4th through July 27th (except for July 4-5):

  • 11:20 am Irving United Methodist Church (M-TH**)
  • 11:35 am Witt Lions Building (M-TH**)
  • 12:00 pm Coffeen United Methodist Church Annex (M,T,TH,F**)

Bonus fun beginning on June 11: Join us at Fusion for a weekly swim! A Hillsboro District school bus will pick up children once weekly to swim at Fusion and enjoy a lunch at Hillsboro Area Hospital's Summer Lunch site. See the schedule below for your pick up time. (Note: Lunch will be provided at the Hillsboro Area Hospital Summer Lunch site after swimming. However, meals will be delivered to your site during the other days of the program.)

  • Wednesdays: 11:25 am Coffeen United Methodist Church Annex
  • Friday: 11:20 am Witt Lions Building & 11:30 am Irving United Methodist Church 

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