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Summer Feeding programs



Summer Feeding programs

The Summer Food Program starts June 1, but some locations may start later. 
Click on a location in the map to view serving times and days. Location addresses listed below the map. 
All children under the age of 18 can enter these locations during the hours listed and be served a hot meal, no questions asked.
Times and locations subject to change without notice.

Can't view the map above? Click here to download a list of the site locations, serving dates, and serving times.

All Star Sports Camp
1602 32nd St.
Lubbock, TX

Anton ISD

100 Ellwood
Anton, TX

2005 Ave T
Lubbock, TX

Copper Rawlings Activity Center
213 40th St.
Lubbock, TX

Crosbyton ISD
204 S. Harrison 
Crosbyton, TX 

First United Methodist Church
704 Ave. D 
Abernathy, TX 

Greater St. Mark Baptist Church
1210 Vanda
Lubbock, TX

Guadalupe Sommerville Center
123 Ave N
Lubbock, TX

Hodges Community Center
4011 University
Lubbock, TX

Lamesa Boys and Girls Club
400 N. 7th St.
Lamesa, TX

Lorenzo ISD
1003 4th St.
Lorenzo, TX

Lubbock Boys and Girls Club - Optimist
3301 Cornell
Lubbock, TX

Lubbock Boys and Girls Club - Ted Phea
1801 E. 24th St.
Lubbock, TX

Lubbock Boys and Girls Club - Wilson
3221 59th St.
Lubbock, TX

Lubbock Dream Center
1111 - 30th St. Bldg. 2 
Lubbock, TX

Maggie Trejo Super Center
3200 Amherst.
Lubbock, TX

Maxey Community Center
4020 30th St.
Lubbock, TX

New Deal ISD
209 S. Auburn
New Deal, TX

O'Donnell ISD Elementary School
300 Small St.
O'Donnell, TX

Our Promise Youth Academy
301 E. Broadway
Brownfield, TX

Parkway Sommerville Center
405 N. MLK Blvd.
Lubbock, TX

Ralls High School Cafeteria
1106 10th St. 
Ralls, TX

Roosevelt Elementary School
1406 CR 3300
Lubbock, TX

Shallowater ISD Middle School
1100 Ave L
Shallowater, TX

Slaton Junior Hugh School
300 W. Jean St
Slaton, TX

Smyer ISD
401 Lincoln St.
Smyer, TX

302 76th St.
Lubbock, TX

Tahoka ISD
2123 N. 3rd
Tahoka, TX

Vandelia Church
2002 60th St.
Lubbock, TX

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