Brendia Moses of KCEOC Community Action Partnership of Gray, KY wears many hats in her daily schedule for KCEOC as the Public Resource Coordinator, her title even expands as far as into the food service area. KCEOC CAP was chosen to participate as a pilot program in the early 1990’s but has grown into one of the most productive Summer Feeding Programs within the Appalachian region. For over 9 years, Brendia has served as the Summer Feeding Director and has fed over 62,000 meals during the 2016 months of June and July. The KCEOC CAP Summer Feeding Program service area consists of a four county rural area within the mountains of southeastern Kentucky. This extreme rural geographical area suffers from substance abuse issues which creates many barriers for the Summer Feeding Program. To overcome those barriers, the Summer Feeding Program has specialized in Mobile Feeding Sites that can distribute hot and/or cold meals, Monday thru Friday to children residing in low income housing units and mobile home parks. KCEOC developed and utilizes a special resource in packaging, storing and transporting of meals. This makes the food both safe within the Food Safety Guidelines and when served it is pleasing to the eye and tastes great. These meals will help fill the nutrition gap and ensures every child will get the most nutritious meal they need. Brendia also serves as the Director of the At Risk After-school Program which is in its second year. This program serves meals to the local areas school and churches. During the school year, each child receives a healthy snack and supper. KCEOC’s ability to partner with local churches, local merchants, schools and civic groups enhances the program in building a stronger successful program. On behalf of KCEOC and with great leadership, Brendia Moses has carried out the mission of recognizing human potential, improving communities, and creating opportunities for change.