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Akron Municipal Court Judges and community volunteers to hand out lunches to those in need

Lunches are limited to the first 100 people in line and is intended to serve the homeless and less fortunate.
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A row of brown bags against a blackboard.

AKRON, Ohio — Akron Municipal Court will be distributing 100 free lunches to those in need on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

Lunches will begin to be handed out at 11:30 a.m. in front of the Harold K. Stubbs Justice Center located at 217 South High Street in Downtown Akron.

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This event is intended to serve meals to the homeless and less fortunate.

Sponsors for the event include the the Maynard Family Foundation, J&K Subway who will donate 100 sandwiches, Hartville Potato chips who will donate individual bags of chips for each lunch and Buehler's Portage Lakes location who will donate bottled water and individually wrapped brownies.

“We are always looking for innovative ways to serve our jurisdiction,” said Akron Municipal Court Administrative/Presiding Judge Ron Cable. “We are grateful to The Maynard Family Foundation, J&K Subway, Hartville Potato Chips and Buehler’s for their help in making this event possible.”

Community volunteers as well as Akron Municipal Court judges will be on location handing out lunches to the community.

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