Sustenance: Four food establishments dish up affordable food for summer school
By Landry Fuller Special to West Hawaii Today | Monday, June 18, 2018, 1:15 a.m.
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Korean chicken bento rolls and musubi from Earl’s are served up to students Thursday.
Hungry children line up for lunch delivered by Earl’s staff. More than 150 students are enrolled in the summer program this year. (LANDRY FULLER/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY)
Chelsea LaFrance offers lunch options to a long line of children at Mauka to Makai on KALO’s campus Thursday. Earl’s co-owner Mark Saito and his employee Jason Yadao help distribute the pre-packaged food. (Photos by LANDRY FULLER/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY)
WAIMEA — Thousands of children would go hungry on the Big Island during summer break if it weren’t for federally funded summer meals and other local efforts.