Summer Food Illinois Web Feature from Jason Polevoi on Vimeo.

The Community Action Agency is again serving meals to kids all around the Stateline this Summer. See the many sites where kids can get free meals.

During the school year, students can get reduced-price meals, and in some cases, free meals. During the Summer months, those opportunities for nutritious meals is gone.

The Community Action Agency, at supervised sites such as parks, churches, playgrounds, and community centers throughout Winnebago and Boone Counties, will be serving hundred of meals to kids, 18 years of age and under, on Summer break from school.

They will be serving lunch, dinner or snacks, depending on the location. Some locations will also offer arts and crafts, outdoor activities, board games, reading time, and more.

For more information; including meal sites and times and activities available for children, visit the Illinois Summer Food Service Program's website, HERE. You can also text “FoodIL” to 877877 or call 800-359-2163.

[H/T Rock River Times]