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Huntington Comes Together for Food Pantry Opening
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."