Beginning Monday, March 23, Bellingham Public Schools will be delivering free meals to help students and families who may struggle with food supplies when schools are closed. Hours operation will be as follows:
Time: 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Location: In front of the Dance Barn (Barn 8)
Families can pull up in front of the entrance to the Dance barn, and members of the School District’s Food Service Support team will assist you.
The coordinator for the Sudden Valley area is Elizabeth Van Niekerk, and she is asking that families that choose to participate in this program email her in order to get a daily headcount. She may be contacted at:
Each student will receive two meals: lunch for the day and breakfast (with a different meal each day) all families with students under 18 are eligible for this program.
The School District would also like to remind families to continue to check email and the Sudden Valley website for the most up-to-date information. You may also check the Bellingham School District web page at the following URL under the frequently asked questions:
The School District has asked participants to be mindful that based on guidance from the governor’s office and local health officials, we will practice social distancing while offering this service.
Sudden Valley Community Association Staff
El Agave is offering FREE kids meals with every two regular entree’s purchased for either Take-Out or Delivery!
Additionally, our 65+ members will receive FREE home delivery!
These are difficult times, and we want to do our part to assist this amazing community. Call us at 360-393-3853.
Cruz and Family