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 2021

Breakfast and Lunch Meals offered Mondays for 7 days to the locations below

Mobile Route 1-Bus 19-6

 

  • 2345 Grandview Road: 10:30 - 10:40 am

  • 2400  Brantley Way: 10:45-  10:55 am

  • The Manor - 1498 South Jefferson Street: 11:15  - 11:25 am

  • Finnagan’s Mobile Home Park - 277 Lewis Ct:  11:30-11:40 am

  • 138 5th Street - 5th St Mobile Home Park: 11:45 11:55 am

  • Lockwood Mobile Home Park - 155 & 140 Lockwood St: 12:00 - 12:10 pm

  • Tall Oaks Mobile Homes @ 105 Ivey Drive - 12:15 - 12:25 pm

  • 100 Shana Drive 12:30 - 12:40 pm

  • 136 Ramona Drive - 12:45 - 1 pm

Mobile Route 2-Bus 7-10

 

  • Water tower @ 1265  Reeves Circle : 10:30 - 10:40 am

  • 2225 Leo Court 10:45 - 10:55

  • 2246 Kings Row : 11 - 11:10 am

  • 1905 Robin Circle : 11:15 - 11:25 am

  • 1822 ,1860,1888 Timberlane Rd.  11:25- 11:30am

  •  1931 Karen Circle: 11:30- 11:40 am

  • Apartment Leasing Site @ 1980 Briarcliff Road: 11:45- 11:55

  • 1663  Woodbine Rd : 12:00 - 12:10pm

  • 1731 Valley Rd: 12:15-12:25 pm

  • Graham Homes - 301 Pritchard St: 12:30 - 12:40 pm

Legacy Mills TownHomes,261 Whistle Way - 12:45-12:55 pm

Mobile Route 3-Bus 18-5

  • Montpelier Methodist Church

 449 Sparta Hwy NE

        10:45 -Noon

 

Mobile Route 5 - Bus 15-2

  • 172 Horace Veal Rd.: 10:30-10:35 am

  • 669 Hwy 49 W: 10:40-10:45 am

  • 126 Robinson-Johnson Rd.10:50-10:55am

  • 134 & 166 Lawrence Rd - 11:00-11:05 am

  • 623 & 588 & 122 Old Monticello Rd. NW: 11:15-11:25 am

  • 105 - 247 Merry Dr. 11:40-11:45 am

  • 238 Little Road - 11:50-11:55 am

545 W MLK Jr Dr Wray Home - 12:10-12:20 pm

Mobile Route 4-Bus 19-7

 

  • 549 Sara Hunter Ln: 10:30 - 10:40

  •  1180  Sara Hunter Ln: 10:40 - 10:50 am

  • 165 Pine Cone Rd: 10:55 - 11:00 am

  • 187 Pine Cone Rd. 11:00- 11:05

  • 119 High Point Trail cul-de-sac - 11:10 - 11:20

  • 2947 N. Columbia, Trailer Park - 11:25- 11:35

  • 234 Sinclair Marina Rd & Tabb Dr: 11:40- 11:45 am

  • 131 Blake Circle - 11:50 - 11:55

  • 2671 N. Columbia St @ Edgewood Apt: Noon - 12:10

  • 3029 Heritage Pl @ Heritage Place Apt; 12:15- 12:25

  • 2300 Sherry Cir @ Pine Knoll Apt: 12:30 - 12:40 pm

*Meals can also be picked up at Lakeview Academy*

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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