By Richard Bammer
School will soon be out, but free children’s lunches in mostly low-income areas of Vacaville will soon be in.
Vacaville Unified, with some funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, once again will set into motion its annual summertime lunch program, with weekday service in the north, central and south sectors of the city.
Coordinated by Theresa Stout, the district’s director of child nutrition, the program begins June 16 and ends Aug. 1.
With the deliveries, usually distributed out of a large truck, once again donated by the Father’s House, there are some rules. They include eating on site, with the food meant for children only, newborns to 18 years; and the throwing out of leftovers, said Stout.