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Sheetz stores in Harford, Carroll offering free kids meals during coronavirus pandemic

Sheetz, a Pennsylvania-based convenience store chain with several stores in Maryland, announced it’ll offer free meals to children in need for the next two weeks as families continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

Beginning Thursday, April 2, participating stores, including ones in Harford and Carroll counties, will begin offering free “Kidz Meal Bagz” consisting of a turkey sandwich, chips and a drink. Families can ask an employee at the register for up to one meal bag per child. The meals will be available daily while supplies last.

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“The spread of COVID-19 and subsequent school closures has left many children across the communities we serve without a reliable food source,” said Travis Sheetz, President & COO of Sheetz, Inc., in a prepared release. “It is our hope Sheetz’s Kidz Meal Bagz program will make a small difference and provide nourishment to those in need during these uncertain times.”

Central Maryland stores offering the meal bags include the Sheetz at 601 Pulaski Highway in Joppa and at 40 Antrim Blvd. in Taneytown.

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A full list of participating locations can be found at: www.sheetz.com/news/kidzmeals.

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