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Schools open for summer meals

Tampa schools open for summer meals

Select Hillsborough public schools will feed children Monday through Thursday until Aug. 6. The following Tampa and North Tampa area schools offer free breakfast from 7:30 to 8 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to noon to all children 18 and younger.

Alexander, 5602 N Lois Ave.

Bellamy, 9720 Wilsky Blvd.

Blake, 1701 N Boulevard

Broward, 400 W Osborne Ave.

Cannella, 10707 Nixon Road

Caminiti Exceptional, 2600 W Humphrey St.

Carver, 2934 E Hillsborough Ave.

Chamberlain, 9401 N Boulevard

Chiaramonte, 6001 S Himes Ave.

Clair Mel, 1025 S 78th St.

Claywell, 4500 Northdale Blvd.

Coleman, 1724 S Manhattan Ave.

Davis, 10907 Memorial Highway

Edison, 1607 E Curtis St.

Egypt Lake, 6707 N Glen Ave.

Gorrie, 705 De Leon St.

Grady, 3910 Morrison Ave.

Graham, 2915 Massachusetts Ave.

James, 4302 E Ellicott St.

Jefferson, 4401 Cypress St.

Kenly, 2909 66th St.

King, 6815 N 56th St.

LaVoy, 4410 W Main St.

Mendez, 5707 N 22nd St.

Miles, 317 E 124th Ave.

Morgan Woods, 7001 Armand Drive

Muller, 13615 N 22nd St.

Orange Grove, 3415 16th St.

Pace for Girls, 1933 E Hillsborough, Suite 300

Rampello, 802 E Washington St.

Robles, 4405 E Sligh Ave.

Roland Park, 1510 N Manhattan Ave.

Shore, 1908 E Second Ave.

Sulphur Springs, 8412 13th St.

Temple Terrace, 124 Flotto Ave.

Tinker, 8207 Tinker St., MacDill Air Force Base

Twin Lakes, 8507 N Habana Ave.

University Area, 14103 N 22nd St.

Witter, 10801 N 22nd St.

Source: Hillsborough school district

Tampa schools open for summer meals 07/15/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 1:35pm]
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