Former Green Bay Packers¿ Hall of Fame wide receiver and Baltimore native Antonio Freeman helped kick off Baltimore's summer meal program
(photo by Kaye Evans-Lutterodt)
The Family League of Baltimore showed off its new mobile meals truck at this morning's kickoff event for Maryland's summer meals program.
The food truck, which has been made possible by a grant from the Sodexho Foundation through Share Our Strength, will deliver meals to Cherry Hill, Fells Point and Eastpoint and will help the Family League of Baltimore serve 100,000 meals over the summer. Parents can go to www.NoKidHungryMd.org or call (877) 731-9300 to find the summer meals site closest to them.
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