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Food for Thought begins program with deficit

The Dauphin Friendship Centre (DFC) Food for Thought (FFT) hot lunch program served its first meal of the year to students in Dauphin schools, Nov. 6, and co-ordinator Gail Welburn is already looking at a $30,000 program deficit.
Currently FFT has enough money until Christmas and Welburn intends to find resources needed to continue to March.
She calculated it costs $1,250 to feed 500 youth one hot meal.

Get the complete story in the November 6 edition of your Herald.

M. A. Nyquist