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The Flint Fire Department’s Camp Fire Summer Youth Camp participates in the Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program

DATES: JULY 11-15 | JULY 18-22
CAMP FIRE GIRLS     CAMP FIRE BOYS
LOCATION: FLINT FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRE STATION #1
310 E. Fifth St. FLINT, MI 48502
TIMES: BREAKFAST 8:30 a.m. TO 9 a.m.
LUNCH 12:30  p.m. TO 1:30 p.m.
PARTICIPANTS: CAMP FIRE AGES 12-17
MEET UP AND EAT UP – Children 18 years and under
Disabled persons, under 26 years old
(Disabled is determined by MDE and participates in school program)
The Flint Fire Department announced the 2nd Annual Camp Fire Summer Youth Camp and the Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program. The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan will be working in partnership with Camp Fire Summer Youth Camp at the site held at Flint Fire Station 1, 310 E. Fifth St. Flint, MI 48502.
Camp Fire was created in response to the specific priority outlined in the City’s Imagine Flint Master Plan. It states, “Through partnership and coordinated effort and resources, Flint youth will thrive and have values and guidance to become productive, engaged adults.
Camp Fire will provide young girls and boys a safe, dynamic, interactive, and physically challenging environment to gain strength and knowledge while building confidence and cultivating their leadership skills.
For more information, contact Deputy Chief Edwards-Clemons at (810)762-7336, or by email
at cedwardsclemons@cityofflint.com. Applications may be picked up at Fire Station #1 or by
going to the website at City of Flint under fire department.
The Summer Food Service Program is for children only. Per the Michigan Department of Education (MDE), children must be 18 years and under. Disabled persons, under 26 years old, who are determined by MDE to be mentally or physically disabled and participate in a school program, are welcome to attend. The Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE), Office of Health and Nutrition Services.

 

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