Free Lunch For Kids And Hard Times For Restaurants And Bars Tuesday, March 17, 2020 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Food and Nutrition Lead Stacey McDuffie hands a prepackaged lunch and tomorrow's breakfast to Hector Corrasco, 12, and his siblings in the car as part of the "drive-through" meal distribution at Florin Elementary School.Andrew Nixon / CapRadio Natomas Unified School District and many others are still providing food for kids, even if they don’t go to the schools distributing the free lunch. We touch base with Deidra Powell – Director of Communications for the Natomas district — to see how the first day went. Restaurants could have fewer patrons this St. Patrick’s day after the federal government asked people to avoid groups of 10 or more people. We checked in with restaurants and found out their holiday plans. Guests Natomas Unified School District Director of Communications Deidra Powell California Restaurant Association President & CEO Jot Condie Correction: A previous version of this page misspelled Deidra Powell's name. It has been corrected.