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Free meals for kids at Burger King

Burger King restaurants in Massena, Ogdensburg, Potsdam and Canton are now offering two free kids’ meals daily with any purchase when you order ahead on the BK app or online through April 6, according to their website. After downloading the app, it is necessary to sign up for the program. 'It is a way Burger King can give back to the community, at this time,' said Potsdam General Manager Amanda Conant, Here, Patti LaBarge and Mario Willoby prepare Kids Meals for pick-up at Massena’s Burger King on Tuesday, March 24. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.

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