Eminence serves free meals to elementary students

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By Christopher Brooke


All Eminence elementary students can get two nutritious meals for free every day of the 2014-2015 school year, according to educators. 

Eminence Board of Education members decided in June to participate in a program that’s called the Community Eligibility Provision, introduced as a part of the federal Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act. 

Kentucky served as one of three states to host a pilot program for the Community Eligibility Provision beginning in 2011, according to information from the USDA. The program went nationwide this year.  

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