United Way of Central Iowa is again organizing Summer Meal Meet-Up sites in Dallas, Polk and Warren counties. Anyone age 18 or younger can get free, nutritious meals at one of more than 50 locations, many of which will also offer activities to encourage kids to stay active when school is out. Renée Miller, chief community impact officer at United Way, said that the OpportUNITY plan to fight poverty has been focused on ensuring that children and families have access to food. More than 40,000 students in Central Iowa qualify for free or reduced-price lunch; approximately 3,000 children take advantage of free meals during the summer. For more information and a list of meal sites, go to www.summermealsia.org, call 2-1-1, or text “Food” to 877-877.