Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)
Boasting the slogan “Food that’s in when school is out” SFSP provides free meals to youth during the summer months. During the summer of 2015, SNHS is sponsoring meal service locations in cities and towns in two NH counties. Meals are available at open site locations for the duration of school summer break or during structured summer programming.
All meals are prepared following USDA guidelines. There is no registration and identification is not required.
The meals are provided at no charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. Meals must be consumed on site.
Breakfast, Lunch and Supper meals are available at designated locations and times.
Southern New Hampshire Services has been sponsoring the Summer Food Services Program for 13 years. SFSP helps to ensure that at-risk youth eat at least one nutritious meal each day when school lunch programs close for the summer. The program is vital to supporting mental and physical development so that children do not lose ground while out of school.
2015 Summer Food Service Program Information
Free meals served Monday through Friday from Thursday, June 18 until Tuesday, September 1. Meals will not be served July 3rd.
- Elmwood Gardens Apartments. 9:00-10:00am (83 Trahan St.)
- Elmwood Gardens Apartments. 12:15-1:15pm (83 Trahan St.)
- Hunt Memorial Pool. 1:30-2:30pm (297 Maple St.)
- Beech Hill Apartments. (120 Beech Hill Ave.)
- Adventure Park. 4:30-5:30pm (324-300 Union St.)
- Kelly Falls Apartments. 4:45-5:15pm (463 Kimball St.)
- Beech Street School. 5:45-6:15pm (275 Beech St.)
- Sweeney Park. 6:30-7:00pm (132 Walker St.)
Free meals served Monday through Friday from Tuesday, June 23 until Monday, August 31. Meals will not be served July 3rd.
- Bronstein Apartments. 1:15-1:45pm (41 Central St.)
- Centennial Pool 2:00-2:30pm (22 Sargents Ave.)
Free meals served Monday through Friday starting Thursday, June 18 through Tuesday, August 25. Meals will not be served July 3rd.
- Fairways Apartments (RESIDENTS ONLY) 4:15-5:00pm (1 Forest Ridge Rd.)
- Franklin Village Apartments 5:15-5:45pm (4 Laraway Ct.)
- Hood Park 6:00-6:30pm (14 Rollins St.)
Free meals served Monday through Friday from Monday, June 22 until Friday, August 28. Meals will not be served July 3rd.
- Green Leaf Recreation Center. 12:00-1:00pm (195 Greenleaf Ave.)
- Gosling Meadows Apartments. 12:00-1:00pm (Gosling Road)
Food That’s In, When School Is Out!
Welcome to summer, come join in the fun!
We have free meals to eat in the sun
Everyone is welcome whose 18 and under,
We serve everyday (except when there’s thunder)
We only have a few rules to mind
So listen up closely, they’re easy you’ll find
Please eat with us, don’t take it and run
We came here to sit down with you and have fun
Please throw out your trash, in the bags that we brought
We’ll clean up the earth just like we’ve been taught
Only one meal per person, each time we come by
To make sure all who want one can sit down and try
So just when you thought that your year was a bummer
SFSP is here with free meals all summer
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