‘Dragon Diner’ in Swartz Creek Offers Free Meals to Kids
Can't think of a better way to re-purpose a school bus, right?
Swartz Creek schools have officially announced the Dragon Diner, which will run through the rest of the summer. It's an old school bus turned into a food truck (it's red so you can't miss it) and is providing free meals from Monday-Thursday at different locations in local neighborhoods.
The free program is available to people in Genesee County, ages 22 and under. Swartz Creek Schools Food Service Director Michael Wensel told ABC 12 that the entire program was funded by community donations.
Breakfast is served from 8-9 AM, lunch is from 11-12 PM. This week's schedule is as follows:
🚌Tuesday Lunch and Wednesday Breakfast at Eagle Point
🚌Wednesday Lunch and Thursday Breakfast at Torrey Hill
🚌Thursday Lunch will be in the Gaines Pavillion