Child Hunger is Real


2020 was a wild ride for all of us but especially for children.  Child hunger in our area is real.  So many kids depend on those school lunches and breakfast.  The Manchester Boys & Girls Club Union Street Clubhouse will be offering a program to provide meals for kids this summer from June 21 to August 27 according to


What, Where, When


You can head over to the Boys & Girls clubhouse at 555 Union Street in Manchester from June 21 to August 27 and grab a feel meal for breakfast and dinner.  Breakfast will be available from 7 am to 8 am and dinner will be ready from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.  You do not have to be a member of the Boys & Girls Club to participate in the summer meals program.


If you have Kids in the Area, Give them a Try


My kids participated in the Boys & Girls club when we lived in California for one summer and I believe their program really made a difference in their lives.  It helped bridge that gap kids have in the summer and kept their brains and bodies moving while having fun.  Now, after all the pandemic school closures this last year, that learning gap may be bigger than ever. Now that Moms and Dads are back to work, this may be a great option for you to keep the kids busy for the summer.  If you have any questions you can contact Boys & Girls Club CEO Ken Neil at 603-625-5031, ext. 230 according to




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