SHERIDAN — “Lunch Line” is the next film in the Downtown Sheridan Association, Sheridan Farmers Market and Sheridan College agriculture department’s “Food for Thought” series.
“Lunch Line” takes a new look at the school lunch program by exploring its past, current challenges and opportunities for the future.
It illustrates that, while the National School Lunch Program has become an easy target for critics, the program has a unique capacity for addressing child welfare, the public good and the problem of hunger.
“Lunch Line” shows how those on all sides of the lunch line can work together for a common good — the health of America’s kids.
This film will be shown June 13 at 6 p.m. at the DSA community room, 121 S. Main St.
The final two films in this series will be presented June 27 and July 11.
For more information call 672-8881.