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Gadsden County Schools to open new food distribution locations

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Posted at 11:21 AM, Apr 20, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-20 11:34:48-04

GADSDEN COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) — Gadsden County Schools have announced new locations that are providing free meals to students.

This comes after learning an employee at Stewart Street Elementary School has been hospitalized with symptoms of COVID-19.

In order to protect the safety of students and employees, that site has been shut down.

Now, several locations around the county will be distributing free meals to students on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Here are the distribution sites providing food meals on Monday:

—Campbell-Kelly Center
—Carter-Parramore Academy
—Chattahoochee Elementary
—Church of Redeemed Believers
—Eugene Lamp Park
—Ferolito Recreation Center
—Flint Garden Apartments
—George W. Munroe Elementary
—Greensboro Elementary
—Havana Heights Apartments
—Havana Magnet School
—Helen Frank Center
—Hillside Park
—James A. Shanks Middle
—Lamp Temple Working in the Earth Ministries
—Mt. Hosea MBC/St. Johns AME
—New Life Ministries of Quincy
—Old Jerusalem MBC
—Parkview Apartments
—Rich Bay AME
—Scott-Town Community Park
—Saw Quarters-Figgers Park
—St. James MBC
—St. Mark MBC
—St. Thomas Catholic
—Tann Insurance Group
—The Patio
—Triple Oaks Apartments
—West Gadsden Middle.

Here are the distribution sites providing food meals on Tuesday and Thursday:

—Campbell-Kelly Center
—Church of Redeemed Believers
—Eugene Lamp Park
—Ferolito Recreation Center
—Flint Garden Apartments
—Greensboro Elementary
—Havana Heights Apartments
—Helen Frank Center
—Hillside Park
—Lamp Temple Working in the Earth Ministries
—Mt. Hosea MBC/St. Johns AME
—New Life Ministries of Quincy
—Old Jerusalem MBC
—Parkview Apartments
—Rich Bay AME
—Scott-Town Community Park
—Saw Quarters-Figgers Park
—St. James MBC
—St. Mark MBC
—St. Hebron MBC
—St. Thomas Catholic
—Tann Insurance Group
—The Patio
—Triple Oaks Apartments