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After School Snack Program

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Below is a list of our After School Snack sites for the August 2016-June 2017 school year.

A note from a child in the After School Snack Program: "Dear Food for People, Thank you for our snacks. My Favorite snack is everything."
Site NameAddressServing TimeDates
B+G Teen Center3015 J St., EurekaM-F 3:40-4:10Aug 26 - Jun 16
Boys and Girls Club3117 Prospect Ave., EurekaM 1:30-2:30 & T-F 2:20-3:20Aug 26 - Jun 16
Bridgeville38717 Kneeland Rd., BridgevilleM-F 4-4:30Aug 26 - Jun 16
Dream Quest100 Country Club Dr., Willow CreekM-F 4-5Aug 26 - Jun 16
FUN Play Center1011 Waterfront Dr., Eureka M,W 10:30-10:45Aug 26 - Jun 16
North Coast Learning Academy2020 Campton Rd., Eureka M-TH 2:45-3:15Aug 26 - Jun 16
Redwood Prep 1355 Ross Hill Rd., FortunaM-F 3:10-3:30 & 3:45-4Aug 26 - Jun 16
McKinleyville Teen Center1705 Gwinn Rd., McKinleyvilleM-F 4:00-5:00Aug 26 - Jun 16
Sequoia Park Zoo3414 W Street, EurekaM 2-2:40 & T-F 3:00-3:40Aug 26 - Jun 16
Willow Brook1200 Ross Hill Rd., FortunaM-TH 2:20-2:30Aug 26 - Jun 16

More about the After School Snack Program

Our After School Snack Program was initiated in October 2006 and provides healthy snacks at various qualifying school and youth programs around Humboldt County for up to 400 children per day. The program is essential for children in need to complete their homework and after-school activities successfully, without the stress of hunger. Last fiscal year we distributed nearly 57,000 snacks at 13 sites. Many of the sites are also partners in our Children’s Summer Lunch Program.

For more information, please contact Food for People’s Child Nutrition Programs Coordinator at (707) 445-3166 extension 309.

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