For the last eight (8) years, the City has been an active participant in the Southern Circuit film series. By entering into this contract, the City of Hapeville agrees to host a series of six independent films, with receptions with the filmmaker, during the period of July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. Hosting the series includes paying a participation fee of $5,500 to the Southern Circuit, as well as providing event planning, hosting, and marketing and any related expenses. Staff recommends approval.
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The Summer Food Service Program, or SFSP, grant has been utilized by the Hapeville Recreation Center for the past 6 years. The SFSP grant allows the City to serve food, at no charge to the children that attend Summer Camp, as well as children from around the Hapeville area. We make and serve breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday for all children under the age of 18, as well as adults with disabilities,19 and older. We serve breakfast from 8AM to 9AM and lunch from 12PM to 1PM and each meal consists of major food components like fruits and vegetables and milk. Recreation staff nominates Holli Stephens as the Delegated Principal for the Summer of 2018. This is a great program for kids and adults to utilize in Hapeville and we’re looking to have this approved so that we may once again use the SFSP grant during the Summer months. In prior years this grant has been approximately $16,000. This will be a non-matching grant.
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