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The USDA's Summer Food Service Program will provide a healthy meal for all children free of charge at Holling Heights Elementary School this summer from (closed ). There is No registration and No paperwork needed!
Holling Heights Elementary
6565 S 136th Street
Omaha, NE 68137
Help us celebrate the launch of the summer meals program on http://hungerfreeheartla
nd.org/SummerMeals from at Holling Heights Elementary School. NoWear BMX stunt team of Lincoln will be performing and there will be free activities, games, and prizes for the entire family. That’s June 1st at Holling Heights Elementary. For more information, visit
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