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Boy scouts help feed families affected by tornadoes

TONEY, AL (WAFF) -

Students with the Boy Scouts of America have been feeding families affected by the tornadoes in Toney.

The group has been set up in the Quarter Mountain subdivision since Monday, handing out hotdog's, hamburgers, chili and cold drinks.

Scout master John Bossard told the group it's all about neighbors helping neighbors.

"We all live in Huntsville ourselves and the fact that it came to the north part of Huntsville instead of where we live is really surprising, and we know that our neighbors would have been down there helping us, just as we came up here to help our neighbors," said Bossard. 

Because school is back in Thursday, the group will not serve for the rest of the week, but are working on others ways to help out.

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