Updated May 7th, 2021
The Hillsboro Area Hospital Summer Lunch Program is entering its 9th year of service to the community. As many of you know, the program’s base site has always been on the hospital campus, serving meals five days per week during the summer months. Due to the effects of the Coronavirus and the need for social distancing, the hospital was not able to host the program on campus last summer. Instead, lunch items were made available for pick up at a number of sites throughout the community. Although the development of a vaccine is having a positive effect on the control of the virus, the hospital is still unable to host the program on campus. For that reason, the program will once again operate as it did last summer.
From Monday, June 7 through July 26, 2021 the HAH Summer Lunch Program will provide a week’s worth of lunch items that may be picked up at various sites in the district each Monday. If you would like to be included as part of this program, please complete the information on the attached sheet and return it to your child’s school by May 21, 2021. Once we receive your form, your name will be added to our list for food pick up.
Although we had hoped to resume our normal program this summer, we sincerely hope that the service we are offering you now will help during the summer months. For more information, you may visit our website at hillsboroareahospital.org.
The HAH Summer Lunch Team
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