Keeping kids fed in the summer

A new collaboration between Hole Food Rescue and One22 aims to provide free, nutritious lunches to One22’s summer camp scholarship recipients. This year the summer camp scholarship aims to pay for 110 children in Jackson to spend four weeks at camp.

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Schools target weekend hunger

A small room in the new Munger Mountain Elementary School serves as ground zero for a pilot program combating hunger when school is out. Teton County School District No. 1 Food Service Director Wes Clarke paired up with Hole Food Rescue’s Ali Milburn to create what’s now known as the “Munger Market” or “Mercado de Munger.”

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