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The Hardin County Schools Child Nutrition Department has made a change in The Cruisin’ Café route.

Starting on Monday, July 9, 2018, The Cruisin’ Café will make its first stop (10:30 am to 11 am) at Claysville Landing Apartments (100 Claysville Landing Road – off of Diecks Drive) in Elizabethtown.  The bus will no longer stop at the Hardin County Day Treatment facility on Westport Road.  The Cruisin’ Café is a converted school bus that brings meals from the district’s summer feeding program into neighborhoods each day. 

“Our goal is to ensure that as many children as possible access to a healthy meal,” HCS Director of Child Nutrition Josey Crew said.  “We ask that parents in the Claysville Landing area encourage their children to stop by The Cruisin’ Café and visit with us from 10:30 to 11 am each day and enjoy a wonderful and free lunch.”

In addition to Claysville Landing, The Cruisin’ Café will continue to make stops at the following locations:

  • Ponderosa Manor Mobile Home Park, 319 Ponderosa Dr., Etown (11:20-11:50 am)
  • Bible Baptist Church, 156 Shelby Ave., Radcliff (12:10 pm – 12:40 pm)
  • Paradise Mobile Home Park, 1445 Hill St., Radcliff (1-1:30 pm)

There are also three permanent sites that children can visit and obtain a free lunch:

  • North Hardin High School (801 S. Logsdon Parkway, Radcliff, KY)
  • College View Campus (521 Charlemagne, Elizabethtown, KY)
  • Radcliff Elementary School (1145 S. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff, KY)

Menus for The Cruisin’ Café and the summer feeding sites are located on the district’s webpage ( under the Quick Links section on the right-hand side of the page (Summer Feeding Program Information and Menus).

There is a “zero-dollar” price tag on the summer feeding program for HCS.  Funding is made available through federal dollars.  The last day for all sites of the summer feeding program is July 27.  Children 18-years-of-age and younger can receive a free meal from the summer feeding program.  Adult meals can be purchased for three dollars

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