School breakfast programs get boost

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Bloomfield, O’Leary and Ellerslie elementary school breakfast programs are in full swing. Like most school breakfast programs, these ones rely entirely on monetary donations in order to operate.

Maxine Ellis (left), representing Évangéline-Central Credit Union, presents a $500 donation to the O’Leary Elementary School Breakfast program from the credit union to Susan Thain-Trail, principal of O’Leary Elementary School.

The O'Leary breakfast program runs throughout the school year with breakfast being offered to all students three days a week. The structure consists of a morning breakfast snack on Mondays and Wednesdays and a hot breakfast meal on Fridays.

The three elementary schools recently received donations from Évangéline-Central Credit Union to cover some of the cost in running the breakfast program for the 2013-2014 school year.

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