Written by Alex Wiederspiel
Created on November 03, 2012 @ 11:51PM
In Barbour County, one local business was doing it's best to lend a helping hand to folks who are still without power.
Residents there are still expecting to be in the dark for another three or four days. That's why Sandy's Midtown Tavern has been cooking free hot meals for anyone who needs it. Folks who run the bar said that a tight community like Belington needs to stick together and take care of each other during times like this.
"This is my home town. I've lived here all my life and this is a good place. They're actually have a benefit for my daughter next Saturday and anytime people need help this is the place. People are not going to let their food go to waste. They're going to feed the community. That's what we do," said Ginger Thorne, who was cooking food today for the patrons.
They're serving grilled chicken and steak at Sandy's, which is located in downtown Belington for anyone who's interested.
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