STANISLAUS COUNTY, Calif. (KTXL) — A small school district in Stanislaus County is serving up nourishment to hundreds of families, thanks in part to state funding, and in large part, due to the dedicated staff of the Stanislaus Union School District.
Since the beginning of March, the district has been able to provide free meals to Modesto kids and their families.
In goes some orange juice, throw in some cheese and an apple: both tireless work thanks to essential workers and a recipe that will help families in need.
“When they offered that to where they would deliver it here at our door, it really lightened the load,” said Bob Cole, who is legally blind.
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