Meals matter


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Bill Earhart, left, and Tony Sullenberger serve meals to kids a Kiwanis Park in Piqua on Tuesday as part of the Salvation Army Summer Feeding Program. The Kiwanis Park stop is new on the route this year. Sixteen meals were served at the stop on Tuesday. A total on 133 meals were served on Monday and volunteers say that the number is increasing each day. The program, which gives free, nutritious, meals to kids up to 18 years old, will run Monday thru Friday until August 21. Daily stops include: 10:55-11:10 at Paris Court, 11:20-11:35 in Shawnee at the Central Baptist Church, 11:45-11:55 at Washington Commons, 12:00-12:10 at Piqua Village, 12:45-1:00 at Kiwanis Park and 1:05-1:20 at Das Park. In addition, meals are served at the Salvation Army, 129 S. Wayne Street from 11:30 until noon. Salvation Army officials remind everyone that the mobile feeding program has many stops and that all times are approximate.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Bill Earhart, left, and Tony Sullenberger serve meals to kids a Kiwanis Park in Piqua on Tuesday as part of the Salvation Army Summer Feeding Program. The Kiwanis Park stop is new on the route this year. Sixteen meals were served at the stop on Tuesday. A total on 133 meals were served on Monday and volunteers say that the number is increasing each day. The program, which gives free, nutritious, meals to kids up to 18 years old, will run Monday thru Friday until August 21. Daily stops include: 10:55-11:10 at Paris Court, 11:20-11:35 in Shawnee at the Central Baptist Church, 11:45-11:55 at Washington Commons, 12:00-12:10 at Piqua Village, 12:45-1:00 at Kiwanis Park and 1:05-1:20 at Das Park. In addition, meals are served at the Salvation Army, 129 S. Wayne Street from 11:30 until noon. Salvation Army officials remind everyone that the mobile feeding program has many stops and that all times are approximate.