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Bristol Borough Organizers Announce Free Breakfast for Local Children at Elks Lodge

Grab and go breakfasts will be available for any school-aged student in Bristol Borough beginning Monday, a group of organizers  announced Sunday. 

Borough children will be able receive meals between 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. daily, Monday-Friday, for the next two weeks at the Elks Lodge located at 95 Wood Street, while schools are closed, organizers said of the effort. 

Organizers of the free meals thanked Louis Galzerano, Danny Keegan, and Galzerano Funeral Home for their more than generous donations to help get this project started and through its first week, organizers said in a social media post

Organizers are asking small businesses or anyone from the community who would like support the effort and keep it going can  contact Danny Keegan, Hermie Rivera or Scott Eddings, via Facebook messenger to make contributions.  

School District Principal, Kelli Rosado thanked organizers for their effort on her personal Facebook page

“Thank you to our community members who were able to make this happen!.” 

Please note this is a community sponsored event. 

 

 

 

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Bristol Borough Organizers Announce Free Breakfast for Local Children at Elks Lodge

Grab and go breakfasts will be available for any school-aged student in Bristol Borough beginning Monday, a group of organizers  announced Sunday. 

Borough children will be able receive meals between 8:30 a.m.-10 a.m. daily, Monday-Friday, for the next two weeks at the Elks Lodge located at 95 Wood Street, while schools are closed, organizers said of the effort. 

Organizers of the free meals thanked Louis Galzerano, Danny Keegan, and Galzerano Funeral Home for their more than generous donations to help get this project started and through its first week, organizers said in a social media post

Organizers are asking small businesses or anyone from the community who would like support the effort and keep it going can  contact Danny Keegan, Hermie Rivera or Scott Eddings, via Facebook messenger to make contributions.  

School District Principal, Kelli Rosado thanked organizers for their effort on her personal Facebook page

“Thank you to our community members who were able to make this happen!.” 

Please note this is a community sponsored event. 

 

 

 

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