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Jill: This summer, families with limited income and food stamps are finding a way to get lunches for kids without having to go all the way to the food bank or a school.
School is out for the summer, but this poses a problem for many low-income families that depend on schools for free meals for their children. That is why the Thurston County Food Bank is bringing food to them, one truckload at a time.
Christina: Arts programs in the King County have changed lives and been awarded grants from the government to keep doing so.
A King County-based photography camp recently received $25,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to continue funding ‘Kids in Focus,’ a program designed to get at-risk kids back on track.