KIMT NEWS 3 – With kids soon out of school for summer, meals may be harder to come by.
For the second year in a year, an app is trying to help with that.
It’s called Summer Eats Minnesota, a program that offers free meals for Minnesota kids under 18.
It’s GPS-based, with 700 sites across the state offering free meals during the summer months.
You can find the app on Apple or Google Play Stores.
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