Tallahassee, FL.― Capital Regional Medical Center recently launched a school educator lunch program in Leon and Gadsden Counties.

"We want to show our appreciation to our community's educators, from teachers to administrative staff. We thought treating them to a nice lunch would be a great way to say thank you for inspiring young minds," said Alan Keesee, President and CEO of Capital Regional Medical Center.

The lunches provided by Publix are being delivered to schools throughout Leon and Gadsden counties. In total, more than 4200 lunches will be delivered through April 2019.

"We are so grateful to receive these lunches, it truly does mean alot," said Superintendent of Leon County Schools, Rocky Hanna. "We are proud to partner with Capital Regional Medical Center to show our appreciation for educators and administrative staff."

"This a heartfelt gesture from Capital Regional" said, Superintendent of Gadsden County Schools, Roger P. Milton. "Our educators are well-deserving of this special treatment and it is sincerely appreciated."

Capital Regional's leadership team are personally handing out the lunches to the educators, four-days-a-week. Community partnerships are the cornerstone of our commitment to the areas we serve.