Serving Gogebic, Iron and Ontonagon Counties

Summer meal programs ending


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HURLEY — This is the final week of a summer breakfast and lunch program offered through Hurley K-12 School.

“This is our last week,” said Kevin Genisot, Hurley school district administrator. “We were averaging almost 3,000 meals a week all through summer. A lot of families really relied on that and they really enjoyed it.”

The Summer Foods School Program stemmed from the free or reduced breakfast and lunch program that is made available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The agency announced it would support a program to provide meals for...