Lancaster Restaurant Helping to Feed Hungry Kids During Summer Break
In many communities across the United States school might be the one place where a kid can count on eating a meal every day. But what happens during summer break?
"Now that summertime is here, kids don’t have the option to go to school or somewhere for lunch. But, they do have the option to come to Aunt Robin’s Diner,” Robin Finsterbach, owner of Aunt Robin's Diner told WGRZ.
The Lancaster diner is providing brown bag lunches for kids 15 and under. According to WGRZ, "The brown bags are made to-go and upon request. The bags contain a sandwich, snack, fruit, veggie, and drink."
Aunt Robin's Diner is located on Walden Avenue in Lancaster.