A drive to make sure some Laramie County kids have enough to eat during the upcoming spring break is underway.

The drive is a cooperative effort between Cheyenne City Councilman Richard Johnson and the Cheyenne Element Church All 4 One Women's group.

The bags are for kids who may normally get fed at school but will miss out on those meals because of school not being in session. Johnson says over 800 kids in Laramie County School District#1, as well as Burns, will be fed by the program, assuming there are enough donations.

Food or cash donations can be dropped off at Element Church 600 E. Carlson Drive or any of the following locations:

Home Spun Creations 113 W 17th St
Coffee Depot 500 W 15th St
Pina Business Services 609 W 18th St
Paramount Café 1607 Capital Ave
The Loft Collectibles Comics and Games 110 E Lincolnway
Wyoming Equality 1603 Capitol Ave #405
Artizen Photo Printing at 1819 Carey
TRIBE TATTOO 1901 Central Avenue Suite A
Old West Museum Store 4610 Carey Ave
Crimson Sky Tattoo 619 W 20th St
Charitree 612 McGovern Ave (Richard Johnson's house)

Johnson says the following food donations are needed:

BREAKFAST
1 Full-size cereal ~ 808
2 Oatmeal packets ~ 1616
LUNCH
2 Tuna packets ~ 1616.
2 Cup noodles ~ 1616.
1 Spagettios ~ 808
1 Ravioli ~ 808
DINNER
1 Can soup ~ 808
1 Pack Spag noodles ~ 808
1 Can Spaghetti sauce ~ 808
1 Green bean ~ 808
1 Mac cheese ~ 808
1 Ramen ~ 808
SNACKS
1 Apple ~ 808
1 Orange ~ 808
2 Crackers/cheese or peanut butter ~ 1616.
2 Snack pack ~ 1616.
2 Granola bars ~ 1616.
2 Fruit snacks ~ 1616.
1 Cookie pack ~ 808
2 Kool-aid packs ~ 1616