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Loaves and fishes on West Virginia buses

In Jefferson County, W.Va., lunch buses are part of the Summer Intergenerational Food Services Program, which in turn is an initiative prompted by the Feed to Achieve Act, bringing food to children 18 and younger when school is out of session.

According to a story from West Virginia Public Broadcasting, when the program started, no children came to the bus’s designated stop, so:

Senator John Unger, a Democrat from Berkeley County, is the brains behind the Lunch Bus, and he decided if […]

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