Kids Enjoy Moon Rocks And Meals At Carver Park

June 10, 2019

Kids at Carver Park in Cantonment has the chance recently to check out real moon rocks and enjoy a free meal.

The West Florida Library presented the special program with the moon rocks and meteorite samples that are on loan from NASA.

Volunteers from the Ascend Cares Foundation helped serve meals in the Summer Breakspot program. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services partners with schools and organizations to provide free meals to kids and teens from low-income areas.

North Escambia BreakSpot sites include:

  • West Florida Library, 7991 N. Century Blvd, Century
  • Camp Fire Century Youth Learning Center, 6031 Industrial, Century
  • West Florida Library, 6450 Highway 95A N STE A, Molino
  • Quintette Community Park, 2490 Quintette Lane, Cantonment
  • Carver Park Resource Center, 208 Webb Street, Cantonment
  • Tate High School, 1771 Tate Road, Cantonment
  • McArthur Summer Day Camp, 330 E Ten Mile Road, Pensacola

For hours of operation and other locations, click here.

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