Marita Flanigan helps her granddaughters Sophia Flanigan, left, and Trinity Flanigan, with their sandwiches during the first day of the Federal Summer Meals program at West Side Christian Church in 2010. The meals for the city-wide free summer breakfast and lunch program are prepared by USD 259.
Marita Flanigan helps her granddaughters Sophia Flanigan, left, and Trinity Flanigan, with their sandwiches during the first day of the Federal Summer Meals program at West Side Christian Church in 2010. The meals for the city-wide free summer breakfast and lunch program are prepared by USD 259. Mike Hutmacher File photo
Marita Flanigan helps her granddaughters Sophia Flanigan, left, and Trinity Flanigan, with their sandwiches during the first day of the Federal Summer Meals program at West Side Christian Church in 2010. The meals for the city-wide free summer breakfast and lunch program are prepared by USD 259. Mike Hutmacher File photo

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