Christie announces program for Camden students to receive hot dinners

Gov. Chris Christie made the announcement at a

Gov. Chris Christie made the announcement at a program Thursday. (January 23, 2014 5:53 PM)

Students in six Camden schools are taking part in a new after-school dinner program. Each of the schools is providing hot meals at the end of the school day to between 75 and 125 students. The pilot program is in partnership with ARAMARK, a food service and clothing supplier with various state and federal contracts. Camden has struggled with high poverty and crime rates, as well as a high dropout...

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