VACAVILLE — Zacary Johnson can’t imagine being at home with four other siblings while school is shut down.
“That’s why I come here,” said the seventh-grader. “I don’t know how to deal with them.”
“Here” is a familiar place that offers homework help, breakfast, lunch and a snack, time to garden and see friends – The Trower Center of the Vacaville Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club.
“We have kept our doors open for up to 30 kids,” said Anna Eaton, executive director. “About 20 show up.”
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