Food Program

At the Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows, we are pleased to offer a daily food program* at select sites. During the school year, children receive an afternoon meal at 3:30 pm, and during summer and school breaks, children receive breakfast (8:30-9:30 am) and lunch (12:00-1:00 pm). The program is open to all youth under age 18, and children need not be members of the Boys & Girls Club to receive a meal. Meals are provided at no cost to participants, and all meals meet federal nutritional requirements.

The following locations participate in the food program: Donald W. Reynolds Facility, William N. Pennington Facility, Fernley Intermediate School, E. L. Wiegand Youth Center and Bresson Avenue Site.

Cooking for Boys and Girls Club

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