The Kentucky Valley Education Cooperative Student Senate members from Paul Blazer High School in Ashland Kentucky successfully completed their 2018-2019 KVEC Community Challenge grant. Research indicates that 1 out of 5 children in America today live in families impacted by hunger and nearly 80% of them can be found at home during the school summer break. The Paul Blazer KVEC Student Senate decided to “Flip” an available box truck to a mobile food truck to be used to deliver weekend snack bags to three public housing complexes and to vend at special school and community events. The students successfully converted the box truck into the “CatMobile” and will distribute bag lunches approved USDA meals starting this summer. The school partnered with: Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative, Area Advertising, Bon Secours, Braidy Industries, Foundation For The Tri-State, King’s Daughters, Marathon Petroleum Company, and Lighthouse Collision Services Inc.