PANAMA CITY — Assistance continues to flow into Bay County from the state and federal government, as seven points of distribution (PODs) for food and water will open at sunup Saturday morning throughout Bay County. Meals and water will be available for collection at the following locations:

Lucille Moore Elementary School – 1900 Michigan Ave., Panama City

Bozeman Learning Center – 13410 State 77

Parker Elementary School – 640 S. Hwy 22, Panama City

Rosenwald Middle School – 924 Bay Ave., Panama City

Cherry Street Elementary – 1125 Cherry St., Panama City

Super Wal-Mart – 2101 State 77

The PODs will serve from sunup to sundown, while the curfew is in effect, and will continue to serve food as needed.

The Salvation Army will continue feeding people with its mobile kitchens, currently set up and serving at the following locations:

The Salvation Army - 1824 W. 15th Street, Panama City

Cedar Grove Elementary School - 2826 15th St., Panama City

Winn Dixie Lynn Haven - 1812 Lynn Haven Pkwy., Lynn Haven

Super Wal-Mart, Callaway - 725 N. Tyndall Pkwy., Callaway

Parking lot at MLK and 14th St., Panama City

Jinks Middle School - 600 W. 11th St., Panama City

Old KMart (parking lot at the foot of the Hathaway Bridge) - 7100 U.S. 98, Panama City Beach

Corner of Highway 2301 and 231

Mexico Beach City Hall - 201 Paradise Path, Mexico Beach

Hancock Bank on 23rd Street is cooking in their parking lot and providing free food starting at 2 p.m. (They will also have a mobile bank on site.)

There will also be free barbecue in the Kohl's parking lot Saturday in Panama City beginning at 11 a.m., thanks to Feed the Need from Walton County.

Dat Cajun Place on the beach is also serving free food at the restaurant starting around Noon Saturday.