Amid Recession, Demand Rises for School Lunches
Amid Ohio's struggling economy, school officials are expecting an increased demand for a summer program that offers discount lunches to students.
The federal program, which began in 1968, served more than 2 million children in the U.S. last year, and this summer promises to be even busier.
Fairborn City Schools has seen at least a 20 percent increase since last year, said Paula Montgomery,...
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