SUMMER FOODSERVICE PROGRAM

The Foodservice Program ensures that low income children continue to receive nutritious meals when

school is not in session.

 

To locate a site that serves free meals for

 your children during the summer you can:

 

Call 211

Call 1-866-3HUNGRY or 1-877-8HAMBRE

Text "MEALPA" during the summer months

Visit the website:  www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodsrocks

 
 
 
 
 
 
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        Garrett Enslin
 
      Garrett Enslin is the son of Kathleen and Gary Enslin. After graduating from Western Wayne High School in 2012 he entered the United States Naval Academy as a member of the Class of 2016. Majoring in Mechanical Engineering, he spent his time at USNA participating in multiple extra-curricular activities including: The Naval Academy Pipes and Drums, their Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, and as president of the Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society. Garrett service selected Nuclear Surface Warfare Officer, meaning that upon graduation and commissioning he will be reporting to his first command, USS MOMSEN (DDG 92) in Everett, Washington.
Garrett service selected Nuclear Surface Warfare Officer, meaning that upon graduation and commissioning he will be reporting to his first command, USS MOMSEN (DDG 92) in Everett, Washington.
 
 

        Ensign Shannon N. Myers
 
      U.S. Coast Guard Ensign Shannon N. Myers, graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut on May 18, 2016 and was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Coast Guard. Ensign Myers successfully completed four years of intensive academic, physical, and professional training, resulting in a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management. While at the academy, Ensign Myers was a member of the boxing team, the women’s rugby team, and the performing dance team. She won several awards at cadet art shows. She also held a Regimental Command position in her senior year. She traveled extensively world-wide as part of her cadet training. Her capstone project resulted in 3-dimensional printing being integrated through the Surface Forces Logistics Center and will be used throughout the Coast Guard for emergency repairs to ships while at sea.
Considered one of the top educational institutions in the country, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy was founded in 1876. It is one of five federal service academies. Cadets devote themselves to an honor concept and go directly into positions of leadership in service to others upon graduation. The academy has approximately 910 students who comprise the cadet corps who come from every state in the union.
Shannon will begin a two-year assignment as an Engineering Officer on the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Stratton, one of the newest National Security Cutters, based in Alameda, California. Her cutter is designed and fully capable of worldwide deployment in support of Homeland Security and Combatant Commander objectives. Regular Pacific Theatre port calls include Los Angeles, San Diego, Kodiak, and Honolulu, as well as Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Ensign Myers. daughter of Greg and Misuk Myers, is a proud 2012 graduate of Western Wayne High School, where she was a scholar and athlete, lettering in track, cross-country, and soccer. She also served as a Class officer, National Honor Society officer, and National Art Honor Society officer. She was a Future Business Leaders of America state champion and national competitor three years. She is the first student from the Western Wayne to graduate from the Coast Guard Academy.
 
                              
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