Greenwood summer food numbers dip; other school districts’ climb



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An annual program that feeds children lunch in the summer equals a savings of about $200 for one Franklin mom.

For Ruth Scott, a mother of four, that money can instead go to pay her rent, utilities and other bills — a big help for the single mother looking for work as a massage therapist.

“Just being able to come for the lunch meal when I pick up the boys, it really helps with the budget,” Scott said.

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