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County serves Food for Learning programs with parking proceeds

Mayor Robert Quaiff presents The County’s Feed the Meter cheque for $4,084.20 to Vicky Struthers, Food for Learning Community Development Coordinator, Kellie Brace, Student Nutrition Program Coordinator, with support from Kim Myderwyk, principal at Queen Elizabeth School, and Terri Martin, volunteer.

Mayor Robert Quaiff helps Jim Johnson, educational assistant and food program co-ordinator at Queen Elizabeth School, to serve breakfast snacks to kindergarten students Myla J and Nathan L on Tuesday, April 24.

Food for Learning programs in Prince Edward County were fed more than $4,000 in donations Tuesday.

Earlier today Mayor Robert Quaiff presented$4,084.20 to the Food for Learning program during a visit to Queen Elizabeth Public School.

The funds were raised during the annual Feed the Meter campaign in Picton. Each holiday season, the County joins surrounding municipalities in support of the program by handing over all funds collected in the downtown parking meters.

In the County, the program was extended to March 1 this year during the transition to the Pay and Display stations in the downtown area.

 

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