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Dozens of NWI schools offer free meals amid COVID-19 shutdown
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Dozens of NWI schools offer free meals amid COVID-19 shutdown

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Following orders from Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb to close through May 1, dozens of Region schools are stepping up to provide free student meals for those in need amid the global coronavirus outbreak.

Here's a look at school meal programs in our area. Be sure to check in with your desired school location for more information on possible changes in service and preferred delivery methods to help practice social distancing.


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