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The COVID-19 pandemic has officially closed schools for the remainder for year in the state of Georgia per Gov. Kemp’s order on April 1st.

The City Of Atlanta understands that there are students that are going to be home that may not have access to meals throughout the day and have stepped up through their #ATLStrong initiative.

The city will be offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner to students, 5 locations for lunch & 19 locations for dinner. Below are the recreational centers for lunch & dinner.

Breakfast & Lunch (10 AM – NOON)

 

  • Adams Park Recreation Center
  • CT Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center
  • Dunbar Recreation Center
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation & Aquatic Center
  • Peachtree Hills Recreation Center
  • Thomasville Recreation Center

Dinner (4-6 PM)

  • Adams Park Recreation Center
  • CT Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center
  • Anthony Flanagan Memorial Recreation Center
  • Bessie Branham Recreation Center
  • Coan Park Recreation Center
  • Dunbar Recreation Center
  • Grant Park Recreation Center
  • Grove Park Recreation Center
  • James Orange Recreation Center
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation & Aquatic Center
  • Arthur Langford Recreation Center
  • Peachtree Hills Recreation Center
  • Perkerson Park Recreation Center
  • Pittman Park Recreation Center
  • Rosel Fann Recreation Center
  • C. A. Scott Recreation Center
  • South Bend Recreation Center
  • Thomasville Recreation Center
  • William Walker Recreation Center

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