Daily G-Eye™: 07.06.12
Gilmer County, WV
Gilmer County Volunteers and Officials Helping the citizens by distributing food, water and ice
Food brought in for distribution from Mountaineer Food Bank in Gassaway, WV
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God Bless our Fire Department!
Comment by Deana J. Burke on 07.06.2012
Great pictures, they tell a good story. Thanks for showing real people helping each other in unbearable conditions. May God bless us all and may power be restored soon. I think this might have taught us all some good lessons.
Comment by Thank You on 07.06.2012
I say thank you to all of you who have faithfully supported us through your volunteer efforts. Your support allows those in need with a nutritious meal in a dignified manner.
Comment by GTC on 07.06.2012
A special thank you goes to gilmer county fire fighters, emergency responders and all the volunteers for their unflinching efforts to organize, respond to make this book food, water and ice distribution possible. Without your dedication and hard work, we would not have been able to survive.
Comment by survivor on 07.06.2012
Thank you from the bottom of my heart and that of my family, we are truly blessed to be given such men and women that were so quick to respond, a great big thank you from someone who lived to thank them.
Comment by anonymous on 07.06.2012
The job of volunteers is mostly unrecognized due to us not being able to witness it first had in most cases. This has been a HUGE eye opener for me! I have always respected and appreciated what they do but I don’t have the amount of words in my vocabulary to ever express the admiration and thanks I have today for ALL who risk their lives and families for mine. Thank you from the depths of my soul. You all make miracles happen!!! This community should pull together and organize a big ‘Thank You’ party for them when it’s all over so these firefighters and the emergency crews can be told in person by the people who want to say it.
Comment by bjw on 07.06.2012
We never realize how much we take for granted the services that all these men and women do until a major event like this happens or one is personally affected. These people CHOOSE to do this, and don’t seek recognition for it. Thank you so much for all the hard and dangerous work you do. It is so appreciated.
Comment by Jodi A on 07.06.2012
Thank you to the firefighters, officers, and other personnel that helped. Thank you to your families for loaning us their precious sons, daughters, husbands, and wives so that they may keep us going.
Comment by John C on 07.06.2012
To all the Emergency Personnel, we as a community appreciate and thank you and your hard work, efforts and sacrifice more than words can ever express. Law enforcement, firefighters, medical response, Red Cross, churches, businesses and community volunteers. I salute you and our community for pulling together, working together and helping each other out. That is what makes us a community and what makes me proud to be from and raise a family in WV.
Comment by proud to be a hillbilly on 07.06.2012
I would like to take this opportunity to say a big “THANK YOU” TO ALL OF THE VOLUNTEERS” in this county. All Fire Departments in our county has displayed and shown their true colors and concern for others, and because of their dedication to all of us, many more people volunteer to help them in any way possible. All of our Emergency Responders and personal, and all others who made these days a whole lot easier for us, we truly thank you. God Bless you all.
Comment by Margaret Collins on 07.06.2012
8th day with no power and phone on for just a little while yesterday but out again. I had to take a chance using computer on the generator to say thanks so much to the Normantown Fire Fighters who sit in the heat all day giving out water and food for absolutely no pay. I heard Brian Kennedy was carrying water out to some side roads, great job Commissioner. Also thanks to the guardian angels who stopped to help when my truck overheated. (You know who you are). It is so great to live in a where a helping hand is always extended to those in need. Thanks again, 101 today, keep cool if you can.
Comment by Norma Hurley on 07.07.2012
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