Food Resources for Pine Middle School Families

You likely have already heard that Pine Middle School will be closed for an additional two weeks when the remainder of Washoe County School District students return from Winter Break on January 11. During the extended closure, the Food Bank is working closely with the Washoe County School District, Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows, and our Partner Agency Rehoboth Holy Temple Food Pantry to ensure that families impacted have access to the resources they need.   We know that many students’ families rely on the school’s breakfast and lunch programs and are here to help make sure that students don’t miss meals because of the closure.

Food Resources Available to Families January 11-22

Kids Cafe
January 11-22, Mon-Fri

Neil Road Rec Center
3925 Neil Road | Reno, NV

The Kids Cafe program will be serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Meals are free for all children through age 18.  Please note, meals must be eaten on site in accordance program rules.

Breakfast: 8:15-8:45am | Boys & Girls Club located the Neil Road Rec Center
Lunch: 12:00-12:30pm | Neil Road Rec Center Gym
Dinner: 4:00-4:30pm | Neil Road Rec Center Gym

Family Breakfast Bag Distribution
Tuesday, January 12 & 19 | 4pm

Miguel Ribera Park
3925 Neil Road | Reno, NV

The Food Bank of Northern Nevada will hold a special food distribution to provide families with breakfast items. Please note: This distribution is for Pine Middle School families only. Clients must bring either a current Pine Middle School Student ID or the Food Resources Flier, which was handed out at town hall meetings regarding the closure.

Family Pantry Services

Rehoboth Holy Temple
700 C Smithridge | RENO, NV

Mobile Pantry (Perishable Food Distribution): Monday, January 11 | 9-10:30am
Food Pantry: Monday, January 11 & 18 and Thursday, January 14 & 21 | 4-6pm
Note: A photo ID is required for Food Pantry distribution


Blog Bio Picture - AramelleAramelle Wheeler is the Marketing & Communications Coordinator at the Food Bank of Northern Nevada.  Aramelle joined the Food Bank in 2012 and is proud to be part of the fight against hunger in our community.  Aramelle grew up in a family that often struggled with not having enough food and considers it an honor to be able to help other families like hers.  She loves social media and really loves it when Food Bank friends share their hunger fighting fun with us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

 

2 thoughts on “Food Resources for Pine Middle School Families”

    1. Hi Nancy! I have sent you a current schedule. You can also find schedules for Mobile Pantry and all of our other programs on the Program Schedules page of the site, going forward. Thanks so much for reaching out!
      Aramelle Wheeler
      Marketing & Communications Coordinator

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