City offers summer meal program

Some of your kids will get healthy meals this summer, even though they're away from the school lunchroom.

The fifth annual Cincinnati Summer Food Program is getting underway.

Last year the plan served 4,000 breakfasts and 76,000 lunches to kids who might otherwise go hungry.

"An enrichment, if you will, that allows young people to fully develop to their greatest potential," said Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory.

Lunch mascot "Munch" was there on Tuesday to let everyone know the free summer meals are available at dozens of city rec centers, pools, YMCA's and schools.

There is no sign up needed and no fees at all.