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Fighting summer hunger

Three sites in MV provide meals to local youth while school's out

Summer may give kids a few months of reprieve from homework, math problems and essays, but for many students it means losing two daily meals. With a continued school food program through July and nonprofits hosting summer food programs, however, the local community is taking steps to keep kids from going hungry.

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Posted by Cordelia
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Jul 7, 2014 at 6:20 pm

Shame on these elderly folks complaining about young people! What happened to investing in future generations? The elderly get Medicare and pay 10% of the property taxes their neighbors pay. They couldn't afford to live here without their $10,000+ yearly handouts through Prop 13, yet they begrudge the cheap, [Portion removed due to offensive language] food going to poor kids.
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