Summer Hunger in Montgomery County – washingtonpost.com

 

  Another article highlights the issue of hunger and children in the summers. This comments that Montgomery County reaches 86% of eligible students with its summer program, while the national average is 18%. 18% is abominable, but even 86% means that many children are going hungry in the summer….

 

 

‘Hunger Doesn’t Take a Summer Break’ – washingtonpost.com

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One response to “Summer Hunger in Montgomery County – washingtonpost.com

  1. HHIS I should have thhguot of that!

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