Summer Meals Program Feeds Kids For Free

School may be out for summer but that doesn't mean our School Nutrition staff are taking a vacation.  The dedicated staff of our School Nutrition department work tirelessly during the summer months to ensure the children of Baldwin County have access to quality food and nutrition even when school isn't in session.  Last year, the Baldwin County School District was able to serve almost 40,000 meals during the summer months alone.   

 

The Summer Meals program is designed that families of children under 18 years old can find a location close to them where summer meals are delivered or they can locate the closest mobile stop to enjoy a meal in our Baldwin Bus Stop Cafe!

You can find site and other program information for our Summer Meals program

Summer Meal Delivery Sites

June 5th through July 21st

Closed July 4th

Excludes Weekends

Baldwin High School’s Cafeteria

155 HWY. 49 W. Milledgeville GA 31061

Breakfast 7am-8am Lunch 11:00 am-2:00pm

Wray Homes

400 N Glynn St. Milledgeville, GA 31061

Lunch only 11:00am-1:00pm


Oak Hill Middle School

356 Blandy Rd. Milledgeville GA 31061

(B7:30-9:00am L11:00-1:30 pm)

 

Collins P. Lee Community Center

237 Harrisburg Rd. Milledgeville GA 31061

(B8:00-9:30am L12:00-1:30pm)

 

Oconee CSB 1371 Orchard Hill Rd.

Milledgeville GA 31061

(B8:00-8:45am L12:00-1:00 pm)

 

New Beginning Worship Center

200 Southside Dr. Milledgeville GA

(B8:00-9:00am L12:00-1:00pm)

 

STEM versity

578 Lawrence Rd. Milledgeville GA

(B8:30-9:00am L12:00-1:00 pm)

 

Second Macedonia Baptist Church

2914 Vinson Hwy SE, Milledgeville GA 31061

(L2:30-3:30)

 

First United Methodist Church

366 Log Cabin Rd. Milledgeville GA 31061

(L2:00-3:30)

 

Mary Vinson Memorial Library

151 S. Jefferson St. Milledgeville GA 31061

(L11:30-12:30)

Early Learning Center

100 N.ABC St. Milledgeville GA 31061

(B7:30-8:30-L11:30-12:30)  

 

Jr. Deputy

1330 Orchard Hill Rd. Milledgeville GA 31061

(B8:00-9:00-L11:00-12:00)

 

Word of Life Tabernacle of Praise

132 Hardwick St. Milledgeville GA 31061

(11:30-1:30)

 

New Hope Baptist Church

345 E. Camden St.Milledgeville GA 31061

(L2:00-3:00)

 

Faith Christian Fellowship Ministries

111 Hardwick St..Milledgeville GA 31061

(B8:30-9:30 L12:00-1:00)

 

County Line Baptist Church

1012 Hwy. 49 Milledgeville GA 31061

(L2:30-3:30)

GMC Football Camp

411 E. Washington St. Milledgeville GA 31061

(B8:00-8:30am)

 

GMC Softball Camp

600 S. Elbert St. Milledgeville GA 31061

(L12:00-1:00pm)

 

GMC Soccer Camp

240 S. Elbert St. Milledgeville GA 31061

(L12:00-12:30 pm)

Baldwin Bus Stop Cafe 

Baldwin Bus Stop Café will deliver and serve lunch ONLY at the below sites. PER USDA REGULATIONS, all meals must be eaten at bus stops.

                           MOBILE ROUTE 1      

 

  • Pine Knoll Apartments @ Sherry Circle: 11:15 am

  • Heritage Apartments @ Heritage Place: 11:30 am

  • Edgewood Apartments @ North Columbia Street: 11:45 am

  • Duplex City @ Grandview Road: 12:00 pm

  • Duplex City @ Brantley Way: 12:15 pm

  • River Bend Apartments @ Elbert Street: 12:30 pm

  • The Manor @ South Jefferson Street: 12:45 pm

  • Finnagan’s Mobile Home Park @ Moore Street: 1:00 pm

  • 5th Street Mobile Home Park @ 5th Street: 1:15 pm

  • Lockwood Mobile Home Park @ Lockwood Road: 1:30 pm

                       MOBILE ROUTE 2

  • Cul-de-sac @ Kings Row: 10:45 am

  • By Bushes & Water tower @ Reeves Circle: 11:00 am

  • Cul-de-sac by Shade trees @ Robin Circle: 11:15 am

  • Corner of Karen & N Ridge at stop sign @ Karen Circle: 11:30 am

  • Apartment Leasing Site @ Briarcliff Road: 11:45 am

  • Off Valley Road in Cul-de-sac @ Woodbine Avenue: 12:00 pm

  • Off Valley Road @ Valley Lane: 12:15 pm

  • 1st Corner @ Legacy Mills: 12:30 pm

  • @ Jacqueline Terrace: 12:45 pm

  • @ Russell Drive: 1:00 pm

  • @ Health Department: 1:15 pm

For Additional Information Please Contact: Susan Nelson Director of School Nutrition at Baldwin County 478-457-3315 or email susan.nelson@baldwin.k12.ga.us

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