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Councilman Rick Simmons, Mayor Steve Williams, founder Miller, and legislative candidate Dale Anderson II were on hand for the celebration and free entertainment.
Anderson, a Walmart employee, donated Walmart Great Value brand products like protein rich peanut butter and pinto beans, as well as coffee, spaghetti, rice, sugar and flour.
"Guyandotte is a close knit community where neighbors look out for each other", Anderson said. "Rick (Simmons) and I work together on these issues politics aside. It's about treating people how you would want to be treated if you were in their shoes."