With coronavirus shutting down schools, there are many worried about the children that rely on the free meals provided them during the school day. As 89.1 WEMU’s David Fair reports, Ann Arbor Public Schools is working to alleviate those concerns.
"Pick-ups will be scheduled from 11 AM to 12:30 PM. For families who can't access these locations or have allergy concerns, please call our food hotline at 734-994-2265."
Cluley says Chartwells, Durham Transportation, and the Ann Arbor Police are helping with the food drop-offs and a good number of local businesses, non-profits, and community originations are helping in the effort.
Peace Neighborhood Center- Peace Maple Meadows Satellite- West Ann Arbor Satellite 1111 N. Maple Road
The following Community Action Network Sites-
- Arrowwood Hills Community Center - 2566 Arrowwood Trail
- Bryant Community Center 3 W. Eden CT.
- Green Baxter Court Community Center 1737 Green Rd.
- Hikone Community Center 2724 Hikone Dr.
- The Pinelake Village Coop- outside the clubhouse - 2680 Adrienne Dr.
- Lakestone Apartments- outside the clubhouse 4275 Eyrie Dr.
- Scio Farms- outside the clubhouse- 6655 Jackson Road
- Orchard Grove- outside the clubhouse-2835 S. Wagner
- Carpenter Elementary- Outside the school 4250 Central Blvd.
- Scarlett Middle School- Outside the school 3300 Lorraine
For individuals that can't make it to one of these food pick-ups or have food allergy concerns, please call the AAPS Food Service Hotline at 734-994-2265.
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