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List of Local Restaurants Serving Children Due to School Cancellations

Published: Mar. 16, 2020 at 2:04 PM EDT
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Local Restaurants Serving children due to school cancellations:

Bartini Prime- Free Boxed Lunches for Kids 11am-Noon Tuesdays & Thursdays, Must PM on Facebook to reserve

Crab Shack Carriba-Suncrest Town Center- Free lunches for Kids 11am-2pm M-F, Must PM on Facebook to reserve

Mountain State Brewing Company-Free kids meal to school aged kids 11am-4pm M-F

Scorers Sports Bar & Restaurant Free boxed lunches to kids (K-12) in the westover community 11:30am-1pm

Tropics-Free boxed lunches to any children 12-2pm M-F, Must PM on Facebook by 9pm day before pick-up

Avery United Methodist Church-providing all Eastwood backpack program children will lunches each day

Get Fit Juices and Shakes- Free kids drinks 11am-3pm M-F

Gene’s Beer Garden-Free for any child anytime if needed.

Smith Funeral Services-Westover-Free breakfast bags for kids 8:30-10am Tues & Thurs, Pick up breakfast item also during evening hours M-Thurs, 6-7:30pm. Donate & ask for peanut free options at (304)292-9494

Pug’s Homemade Italian-Free bagged lunches for school-aged children 11am-2pm. M-F. Also a drop-off for non-perishable foods for local pantries.

The Frosted Mug- Free bagged lunches to school-aged kids 11am-10pm weekly.

Big Red’s Shanty Burgers & Dogs- Kids meals for those in need from 11am-1pm

Whitetail Crossing-Free for kids anytime if needed.

The Tea Shoppe at Seneca Center-Free boxed lunches to kids 11am-2pm beginning March 17th. Much PM to reserve.

Fat Angelo’s Pizza & Pub- Through March 30th, K-12 graders get free lunch.

Big Johns Family Fixins-Free piece of pizza, garden salad and drink for children on Mondays.

High Mountain Grill-free lunch from for kids 12-2pm M-F

Taylor County Project HOP2E- Starting Monday March 30th, they will be operating six (6) drive thru site on Tuesdays only from 11am-1pm. The sites will be announced through our school messenger system and posted on the county and school websites and Facebook pages.

Pizza Pro-free hot lunch for children.

Western Steer- Starting March 16th Monday-Friday from 11am-2pm the Steer Steakhouse will provide children 12 and under (with an accompanying adult) their choice of a hamburger and fries, hotdog and or a grilled cheese sandwich and fries along with their choice of a fountain drink. This will be until school resumes.

Henry G's Café-offering breakfast from 7am-10am for children 12 and under (with accompanying adult). Choices include cheese omelet, pancakes or cinnamon toast served with a fountain drink. This will continue until school resumes.

Mr. Pizza- During this time we understand the hardships on some families with school out. We will be providing one small cheese pizza per child at no cost to any Tucker Co. K-12 child now until further notice. During our hours of operation 7 days a week.

Chunki’s Pizza- grab’n’go bag lunches for children accompanied by 1 adult, M-F 10:30am-12pm, (lunch includes, 2 slices of pizza, Smucker’s PB & J sandwich pack, 1 bag of chips, granola bar, fruit cup, applesauce cup.)

Mountain State Brewing Company- we will be offering kids meals free of charge to school aged children Monday through Friday from 11am-4pm.

Qdoba- All Qdoba locations in West Virginia will be supporting our students during this stressful time. We are offering a free taco kids meal (single taco, side and drink) 11-1pm everyday until 3/31. Child must be present and under 18 years of age.

Dew Drop Café- We will be offering free lunch for school aged children starting 3-16-20 until further notice! You will have a choice of grilled cheese, pb&j, soup, cheese stick and fruit snacks!

Marion County Food Pantry Hours:

Soup Opera: 4th Friday of Every Month, 9:00am-1:00pm

Mission: Every Wednesday, 9:00am-12:00pm

Mannington: Every Wednesday, 9:00am-12:00pm

School Sites Providing Lunch:
Barbour County

Starting Monday, March 30th

Can pick up once a week - Mondays from 3pm-5pm at Philip Barbour High School.

Doddridge County

Beginning March 23, 2020, meal deliveries will be made on Mon-Thurs. Will follow schedule below. If you are needing a meal delivered and have not already made contact with Doddridge County Schools, you can call (304)873-2300.

Bus # Approx. Time Window

1 9:15-9:30

4 9:30-10:15

5 9:55-10:30

8 10:00-10:30

10 11:15-12:20

11 9:00-9:15

16 9:30-9:45

17 9:00-9:30

18 11:15-11:30

21 11:15-11:30

22 9:30-10:05

23 10:30-10:45

24 10:15-10:30

25 10:20-11:20

26 10:15-10:30

27 9:10-10:00

29 9:45-10:15

35 11:15-11:30

36 10:45-11:15 Flintside

36 11:30-12:30 23 Side

37 10:15-10:30

Gilmer County

Meals for the week were delivered on Monday, March 23rd.

Harrison County

Food sites will be are open on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. until noon, at these 11 locations:

Adamston Elementary

Lumberport Elementary

North View Elementary

Nutter Fort Elementary

Salem Elementary

Wilsonburg Elementary

Bridgeport Middle School

Washington Irving Middle School

Lincoln High School

Liberty High School

South Harrison High School

Lewis County

Monday and Thursday at these locations and times:

RLBMS 11am – 11:45am

Quarry Glenn Apartments 11am – 11:15am

Jane Lew Main St. Apartments – 11am – 11:15am

Jane Lew Virginia St. Apartments – 11:20am – 11:40am

Pricetown Fire Dept. – 11am – 11:15am

Ireland Community Center – 11am – 11:15am

Marion County

Monday

-Salvation Army 1312 Locust Ave, Fairmont, WV 304-366-2601 Hours: 9:00am-11:00am ID, Social Security cards for everyone in the household. proof of income, proof of residency

-Skate-A-Way 718 Carlone Street, Fairmont, WV 304-367-9700 Breakfast 8am-9am Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

-A&W 2204 Pleasant Valley Rd, Pleasant Valley, WV 304-363-9369 Free cheeseburger and fries for any student

-Rising Stars 501 Monroe Street, Fairmont WV 304-368-1500 Lunch 12:00pm-2:00pm

-Soup Opera 425 Quincy St, Fairmont, WV 304-367-1098 Lunch 11:00am-1:00pm

Tuesday

-Central United Methodist Church 301 Fairmont Ave, Fairmont. WV 304-366-3351 Hours: 12:00pm-2:00pm Must apply for a food voucher at Connecting Link

-Worthington Food Pantry 327 Main St, Worthington. WV 304-287-7204 Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm Photo ID, social security cards for everyone in the household and proof of income

-Salvation Army 1312 Locust Ave, Fairmont, WV 304-366-2601 Hours: 1:00pm-3:00pm ID, Social Security cards for everyone in the household, proof of income, proof of residency

-Skate-A-Way 718 Carlone Street, Fairmont, WV 304-367-9700 Breakfast 8am-9am Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

-A&W 2204 Pleasant Valley Rd, Pleasant Valley, WV 304-363-9369 Free cheeseburger and fries for any student

-Rising Stars 501 Monroe Street, Fairmont WV 304-368-1500 Lunch 12:00pm-2:00pm

-Soup Opera 425 Quincy St, Fairmont, WV 304-367-1098 Lunch 11:00am-1:00pm

Wednesday

-Our Father's Bread Basket 617 Manley Chapel Road, Fairmont, WV 304-534-3150 Hours: 10:00am-12:00pm Social Security cards for everyone in the household Salvation Army 1312 Locust Ave, Fairmont, WV 304-366-2601 Hours: 9:00am-11:00am ID, Social Security cards for everyone in the household, proof of income, proof of residency

-Marion County Food Pantry 107 Jefferson St. Fairmont, WV 304-366-0300 Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm ID, Social Security cards for everyone in the household. proof of income, and proof of residency

-Treverbaugh United Methodist Church County Rt. 44, Fairmont, WV 304-278-7209 Hours: 10:00am-11:30am No information needed

-Mannington Food Pantry 811 E Main Street, Mannington, WV 304-986-2147 Hours: 9:00am-12:00pmPhoto ID, and Social Security Cards for everyone in the household Skate-A-Way 718 Carlone Street, Fairmont, WV 304-367-9700 Breakfast 8am-9am Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

-A&W 2204 Pleasant Valley Rd, Pleasant Valley, WV 304-363-9369 Free cheeseburger and fries for any student

-Rising Stars 501 Monroe Street, Fairmont WV 304-368-1500 Lunch 12:00pm-2:00pm

-Soup Opera 425 Quincy St, Fairmont, WV 304-367-1098 Lunch 11:00am-1:00pm

Thursday

-Salvation Army 1312 Locust Ave, Fairmont, WV 304-366-2601 Hours: 1:00pm-3:00pm ID, Social Security cards for everyone in the household, proof of income, proof of residency

-Skate-A-Way 718 Carlone Street, Fairmont, WV 304-367-9700 Breakfast 8am-9am Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

A&W 2204 Pleasant Valley Rd, Pleasant Valley, WV 304-363-9369 Free cheeseburger and fries for any student

-Rising Stars 501 Monroe Street, Fairmont WV 304-368-1500 Lunch 12:00pm-2:00pm

-Soup Opera 425 Quincy St, Fairmont, WV 304-367-1098 Lunch 11:00am-1:00pm

Friday

-Salvation Army 1312 Locust Ave, Fairmont, WV 304-366-2601 Hours: 9:00am-11:00am ID. Social Security cards for everyone in the household proof of income, proof of residency

-Skate-A-Way 718 Carlone Street, Fairmont, WV 304-367-9700 Breakfast 8am-9am Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm

-A&W 2204 Pleasant Valley Rd, Pleasant Valley, WV 304-363-9369 Free cheeseburger and fries for any student

-Rising Stars 501 Monroe Street, Fairmont WV 304-368-1500 Lunch 12:00pm-2:00pm

-Soup Opera 425 Quincy St, Fairmont, WV 304-367-1098 Lunch 11:00am-1:00pm

Monongalia County

Thursdays at noon at these locations:

-Daybrook Church of Christ: Intersection of Upper Days Run Rd and Daybrook Rd

-Old Jakes Run School: 1465 Jakes Run Road, Maidsville, WV 26541

Wadestown Methodist Church: Located on Wadestown Loop off of Route 7 in Wadestown

-Red Barn / Mason Dixon Park: 79 Buckeye Road, Core, WV 26541

Country Squires: 350 Canyon Road, Morgantown, WV

Goshen Road Park n Ride: Intersection of Goshen Road and Smithtown Road (Route 73)

-Healthy Heights: 1000 Healthy Heights Village, Morgantown, WV 26508 (General Address)

-Chestnut Ridge Church: 2223 Cheat Road, Morgantown, WV 26508

Cool Springs Grocery: 2842 Kingwood Pike, Morgantown, WV 26508

-Dellslow End / Pixler Hill Road: Intersection of Pixler Hill Road and Earl Core Road

-Lazzelle Union School Road and Taylor Town Road Intersection

-U-Haul Place on Van Voorhis Road: 1428 Van Voorhis Road, Morgantown, WV 26505

-Crown: Intersection of Hagan’s Road and Stewart Run Road

-River Road VFD: 1701 River Road, Morgantown, WV 26501

-Granville City Park: 433 Dents Run Boulevard, Granville, WV 26534

-Cassville Church Parking Lot: Intersection of Mason Dixon Highway and Cassville-Mount Morris Road

Preston County

Regional Meal Delivery Schedule for 4/15/2020On Wednesday, April 15thPreston County Schools will be continuingregional meal deliveries to families that pre-ordered meals via a posted on-line survey the past threeweeks.Meals cannot be guaranteed to be available unless pre-ordered,and at this time we do not anticipate much in the way of possible overage. If there is a significant need for meals this weekin your household and you did not pre-order, please contact the Preston County BOEat (304) 329-0580, and options can be discussed. Locations, bus numbers, approximate delivery times to regional locations, and procedures at each stop are listed within this document. Aurora Area:❖Aurora Area meals will need to be picked up from South Preston at 9 AM(thiswill require only require one bus-# 80-17). Personnel can ride to South Preston with the bus to load. If assistance is not necessary for loading mealsat SPS, helper personnel can meet the bus at the Aurora Schoolto assist unloadingthe Aurora School meals from the Maple Springs bus.

Aurora School: 10:30AM-11:30AM(Anticipated On-SiteTime)

•Bus #67(Dave Harsh)with helpers Maureen Durst& Mary Bachtel(113Meal Packets = 1330Meals)❖This will be a drive-thru location. Parking areas at the front of the school need to be left open for the bus to park. Once the busison site, parents will need to drive up to where the buses will be parked. Individuals picking up mealsshould remain in their vehicles andneed to provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order mealswill not beguaranteed a meal.

Maple Springs Church: 10:45-11:30AM)(Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus #80-17(Dan Spaid) with helpers Krista Hayes& Cara Radford(46Meal Packets = 460 Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Rowlesburg Area:❖RowlesburgArea meals will need to be picked up from South Preston at 9 AM(this should only require one bus). Personnel can ride to South Preston with the bus to loadmeals. If assistance is not necessary for loading meals at SPS, helper personnel can meet the bus at Cool Springs between 9:30 –9:45 AM.

Cool Springs: 10:00AM –10:45AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Updated--Bus #72-16(Danny Fike)with helpers Jackie Clarkson&Kim Nesci(47Meal Packets = 470Meals)+ (57Meal Packets = 570Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packetsin the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Rowlesburg Park: 11:00–11:45AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Updated--Bus # 72-16(Danny Fike) with helpers Jackie Clarkson& Kim Nesci(57Meal Packets = 570Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will notbe guaranteed a meal.

BrucetonArea:❖Bruceton Area buses need to arrive to load at Central PrestonMSat 9 AM. Personnel can make arrangements to meet the buses in Bruceton or can meet atCPMSto assist in loading meals onto the buses.Jennifer Born may be onsite @ CPMS to assist with organizing loading of meals.

Mount MoriahChurch: 10:00–10:45AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus #23(Gerri Shaffer)with helpers Dot Baber&Kim Devall(60Meal Packets = 600Meals)+ (14Meal Packets for Pisgah = 140 Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Bruceton School:10:15AM –11:45AM(Anticipated On-SiteTime)

•Bus # 35(Phillip Moreland)with helpersKim Conner & Sally Hare(120Meal Packets = 1200Meals)

•Bus # 55(Shelly Reckart) with helpers with helpers Roxann Smith& Courtney Everline(119Meal Packets = 1190Meals)❖This will be a drive-thru location. Buses will park in the parking lot next to the playground. Once the buses are on site, parents will need to drive all the way around the loop from the main office side around to where the buses will be parked. Individuals picking up mealsshould remain in their vehicles andneed to provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Pine Run: 10:30AM –11:30AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 11-20(Barb Luenebrink) with helpers Karen Wilt, Sharon Shafer, & Molly Klimas(139Meal Packets = 1390 Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Pisgah UMC: 11:15–11:45AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus #23(Gerri Shaffer) with helpers Dot Baber&Kim Devall(14Meals Packets = 140Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Terra Alta Area: ❖Terra AltaArea buses need to arrive to load at Preston High School at 9:00AM. Personnel can make arrangements to meet the buses in Terra Alta or can meet at PHS at 9:00 AM to assist in loading meals onto the buses.Terra Alta / East Preston School:10:15AM –11:30AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 73(Bill LaRue) with helpersJessie Hart &Stacy Borror(143Meal Packets = 1430Meals)

•Bus #TBA(Stacey Hauser) with helpersLaurie Noland& Chris Evans(142Meal Packets =1420Meals)

❖This will be a drive-thru location. Buses will park back toward the football field but along the road looping around the building. Once the buses are on site, parents will need to drive all the way around the loop from the walking track side around to where the buses will be parked. Individuals picking up meals should remain in their vehicles and need to provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

End Zone Convenience Center in Corinth: 10:30 AM–11:15AM(Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus #56(Stanley Harsh) with helpers Brenda Layton(42MealPackets = 420Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

West Preston: ❖West Preston Area buses need to arrive to load at Central Preston Middle School at 9:30 AM. Personnel need to meet the buses at CPMS at 9:30 AM to assist in loading meals onto the buses.Jennifer Born may be onsite @ CPMS to assist with organizing loading of meals.

Masontown VFD:10:30–11:30AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 66-15(Laura Fisher) with helpers Shirley Rogers, Ange Varner,& Jill Damm(150Meal Packets = 1500Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the busespark, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus.Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Luigi’s Sports Center: 10:15–11:30AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 19-21(Richard Wilson)with helpers Kim Metheny & Ashlynn Kelly(94Meal Packets = 940 Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the busespark, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

West Preston School: 10:15–11:30AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 76-16(TJ Phillips) with helpers Tabatha Osborne, Patricia Parker, & Angela Clemens (176Meals Packets = 1760Meals)❖This will be a drive-thru location. Buses will park near the main entrance. Once the buses are on site, parents will need to drive all the way around the typical parent drop off loop. Individuals picking up meals should remain in their vehicles and need to provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order mealswill not be guaranteed a meal.

Gladesville Community Building / WPS Overage: 10:30–11:15 AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 57(Gary Wilson)withKevin Duckworth(36Meal Packets = 360 Meals)+ (WPS Overageif Necessary)•Following delivery at Gladesville this bus will bring additional meals to West Prestonif needed❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

South Preston Area:❖South Preston Area buses need to arrive to load at SouthPreston Middle School at 9:30AM. Personnel need to meet the buses at South Prestonat 9:30AM to assist in loading meals onto the buses.

Howesville Church of Christ: 10:15–11:00AM(AnticipatedOn-Site Time)

•Bus # 87(Morrell Bolyard)with helpers Angel Stull & Susie Sheets(48Meal Packets = 480 Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order will not be guaranteed a meal.

Tunnelton Honor Roll: 10:00–11:00AM(Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 15-20(Chip Biggins)with helpers Patti Biggins&Joyce Rankin(127Meal Packets = 1270Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the busespark, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will notbeguaranteed a meal.

Fellowsville School: 10:15AM –11:15AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus #70-16(Keith Hamilton)with helpers Angel Younker& Amanda Cline(109Meal Packets = 1090Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the buses park, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.Newburg Senior Center: 10:30AM –11:30AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)•Bus # 13-20(Tim Cline)with helpers Roxann Cline& Tim Cline(59Meal Packets = 590Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order mealswill not be guaranteed a meal.

South Preston School: 10:30AM –11:45 AM(Anticipated On-Site Time)

•(114Meals Packets = 1440Meals)•Needed Personnel: Donna Plum,Vicki Parks, James Veltri❖This will be a drive-thru location. Mealswill will likely be compiledat the far end of the parking lot close to the Gym. Parents will need to drive to the meal location and loop around the lot. Individuals picking up meals should remain in their vehicles and need to provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Kingwood Area:❖Kingwood Area buses need to arrive to load at Preston High School at 9:30AM.Personnel need to meet the buses at PHS at 9:30AM to assist in loading meals onto the buses.

Albright Kwik Stop: 10:30–11:15AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 65-15(Aaron Knotts) with helpers Erin Hess & Rita Varner(78Meal Packets = 780Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order mealswill not be guaranteed a meal.

Wal-Mart Parking Lot: 10:15–11:15AM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•Bus # 16(Rose Turner) with helpers Brittany Reed&Crystal Kelly(126Meal Packets = 1260Meals)❖This will be a pick-up location. Once the bus parks, individuals need to come to the bus one at a time and provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requestedmeal packets in the stairwell or from the back of the bus. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Preston High School: 10:45AM –12:00PM (Anticipated On-Site Time)

•(326Meal Packets = 3260Meals)•Needed Personnel: Melinda Deberry, Brad Martin, Jonathan Tennant, Stormy Matlick, Shauna Bloom, Jane Layne, Maryellen Snyder, Paul Martin ❖This will be a drive-thru location. All vehicles should enter PHS from the roadway closest to the Heldreth and will need to take a right onto the road above the community soccer fieldsand drive around the entire PHS facility. Meals will be distributed along the sidewalk area in front of the PHS Cafeteria.Individuals picking up meals should remain in their vehicles and need to provide their name and/or the names of the students and the total meal packets ordered. Personnel will check off the list and provide the requested meal packets. Personnel will have masks and gloves. Individuals who did not pre-order meals will not be guaranteed a meal.

Randolph County

Breakfasts and lunches for all each week will be available for pickup on Monday of that week from 10am to 12pm at the following locations:

Harman School, Coalton School, Leading Creek fire department, Elkins Middle School, Elkins High School, Beverly Elementary School, Tygart Valley fire department, Tygarts Valley Middle/High School, Valley Head fire department, and Pickens School. There will NO meal pickup the remainder of the week. The only day meals will be available is Monday.

Ritchie County

Tuesdays from 10am-11pm

RCHS

SES

Cairo/Auburn Community Buildings

Taylor County

Tuesdays from 11am-1pm

Project Hope

Family Resource Network

Senior Center

Flemington Elementary

Black Bear Customs

Gravel lot by Thorne Lane at Tygart Estates

West Taylor Elementary

Thornton School/Community Building

Families signed up to participate in the weekend backpack food program can pick up

Their food bags every Thursday between 10am and noon and from 3pm-5pm at Fetterman

Methodist Church.

Tucker County

Fridays from 11am-12:30pm

5-Day Meals packets available at:

Tucker Valley Elementary/Middle School

Davis/Thomas Elementary/Middle School

Upshur County

Mondays – along bus routes - check on Upshur County Schools Facebook Page

Webster County

5 day food distribution each Monday at 12:30 at our 4 school locations (Webster Spring Elem., Glade Elementary, Hacker Valley Elem., and Webster Co High) as well as our outreach sights which include Camden on Gauley Community Building, Erbacon Community Building, Diana Community Community Building and Circle Brook Manor. All locations offer a drive by pick up service.

Randolph County Senior Citizens

Age 60 and over can get a meal Monday-Friday from 11:45am-12:45pm at the Randolph County Senior Center. Call (304)363-4747.

WV 2-1-1 Remains a Trusted Resource for COVID19 Update

WV 2-1-1 Connects West Virginians to Local Support 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week

In times of need, your United Ways of West Virginia are here to help. As news of COVID19 develops, we are taking action:

WV 2-1-1 is ready to help people facing difficulties. Our resource navigators can help connect individuals and families with food pantries, health care services, tax prep assistance, utility and eviction prevention assistance and more. Those seeking help should dial 2-1-1 or visit WV211.org.

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