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Special to the Enquirer Denise Lambert, left, and LeighAnn Adcock prepare meals at Sparkman School May 4.

Morgan schools resume meal pickup

The Morgan County Schools system plans to resume the free Grab-n-Go meal pickup program beginning May 6. MCS’ Lisa Screws said the program will follow the pattern in place before the statewide stay-at-home order forced the school system halt the program.   

We know this was a huge help to our students and their families, and we’re thankful we’ll be able to continue helping feed them through the remainder of the school year,” Screws said.  

Families can pick up the meals from 10 a.m. until noon at the following location sites: 

  • Union Hill School 
  • Lacey’s Spring School 
  • Cotaco School 
  • Eva School 
  • Sparkman School 
  • Priceville High 
  • Falkville Schools 
  • Danville Middle 
  • West Morgan Elementary 

The first curbside pickup will be held May 6, and pickup will continue each Wednesday through May 20. 

 

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