GALLATIN VALLEY — In less than a week, the Gallatin Valley Food Bank will start its annual kids summer meals program, which will look a little different than current meal programs offered.
Currently, school districts are distributing meals, but starting Monday, June 15, the food bank will begin distributing.
Anyone under 18-years-old can receive free meals.
"So, the Bozeman School District has had their menu that they've been working off of, and we will have a two-cycle lunch menu. In addition, we'll also be providing breakfast. So, it'll still be a breakfast and lunch together. You can come and get it," explained Lyra Leigh-Nedbor, the child nutrition program coordinator with the food bank.
For a complete list of all the locations serving meals, visit here.