Long Summer Days.

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Summertime is an expensive time for low income working families. When that final school bell this past June, there is no doubt that every child in Northwest North Carolina was elated—but for many parents, summer marks a time of real financial hardship. For these families, it is not a beach vacation they are trying to pay for: they are instead trying to find affordable childcare and enough food to feed their kids.