Jul 2, 2017

Kids Can Read to Earn Free Meals at Olga's Kitchen

Olga's Summer Reading Program

Summer is here, kids are out of school, and we are ready to enjoy every minute of it.  Reading can be a big part of the fun with Olga's new summer reading program, "Get Fed for What you Read".  From June 19 – September 4, children can earn a free kid’s meal and kid’s dessert simply by reading. Reading is such a fun, great way to avoid the "summer slide" which, according to the National Summer Learning Association, can result in the loss of knowledge gained during the school year.

Parents and children can download the reading tracker from the Olga’s Kitchen website, www.olgas.com. Children and parents can track reading in ten minutes increments and once the entire tracker is full, a parent or guardian must sign the document for the child and bring it to their local Olga’s Kitchen to claim the reading rewards. This program is designed for children 12 years of age and younger and there is no limit to the number of trackers a child can complete until the end of the program on September 4th.

“Olga’s wants children to develop a continued love for reading,” said Mark Schostak, owner and chairman, of TEAM Schostak Family Restaurants. “As a father, I know the battles that can ensue trying to get kids to read and keep up on their studies over the summer. Parents are always looking for incentives to motivate their children. We’re hoping lunch or dinner at Olga’s Kitchen, plus dessert, can do just that,” he added.

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