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Dinners for Kids

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Every child deserves an opportunity to become the best person they can be.  Good nutrition is paramount for their physical and mental health, but its connection to academic achievement has far reaching implications for all of us.  One local restaurateur applied his professional experience to find a practical solution to the disturbing problem of childhood hunger.

 

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You can donate to Dinners for Kids or simply learn more about the program at www.dinnersforkids.com.

Follow Dinners for Kids on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Dinners-For-Kids.

Visit Ollie’s, An American Restaurant in Edwardsville, PA or online at www.olliesrestaurant.com.

 

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