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Pitt County Schools offering summer food service program

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Almost 60,000 kids in eastern North Carolina depend on free and reduced meals during the school year.

But what happens when school is out?

That's where the Pitt County school district comes in.

The school system offers a free summer program for children ages 2 to 18. Breakfast and lunch are served at 19 different locations across Pitt County, including 14 schools.

Pitt County School's Child Nutrition Director Leann Seelman said the program is free to all kids.

"Any students and child that is in Pitt county can go to any of those sites if they are age two to 18 years old. So there is really no qualification. It's open to the public," said Leann Seelman, Child Nutrition Director.

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