Our Grab and Go Meals program has now ended.
The Parks and Recreation Department was busy this past summer! It was our first time serving summer meals in a drive-through style. Each child that signed up received a bag of 10 meals (5 breakfasts and 5 lunches). We served a more than 13,500 meals over our 9 week program to children in our community this year. We are so proud of our hard working staff who put in the effort to make this program possible. We would like to thank the Ohio Department of Education, Ohio Department of Agriculture, and the City of Moraine who helped fund this amazing program.
In order to help us prepare for the number of meals we need at each location, we would appreciate if you would place your order online for any children in your household under the age of 18.
Please make sure to sign up before Thursday of the prior week. Our Grab and Go Meals will be available for pickup at your chosen location on Mondays in June & July.
Payne Recreation Center (3800 Main Street)
Pickup: Mondays from 11 am to 12 pm
Gerhardt Civic Center (3050 Kreitzer Road)
Pickup: Mondays from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Orders may also be called in to 937-535-1060.
Children should be present at the time of pick up. It is recommended an adult be there to help carry the Grab and Go Meals as well as the milk. Picking up food may be difficult for a child to manage.
We are happy to support our families and thank you again for completing this form and assisting us in making preparations.
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