New local partnership to take aim at childhood hunger

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter executive director Michael Reinke speaks to about two dozen community and agency leaders Thursday at the kickoff of the local anti-hunger program called "Nashua Meals for Kids."

NASHUA – While most people take for granted having three meals a day, an “astonishing” number of children in Nashua don’t know where their next meal is coming from, Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter executive director Michael Reinke told a group of community leaders Thursday.

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