PIKEVILLE, Tenn. — People in Bledsoe County need help. Countless are going hungry and won't be able to feed their families. It's an issue people in the area are facing and putting food on their tables is getting harder each day. One of the county's food banks is running low.
When Pastor Bill Wolfe opened the Lee Station Baptist Church Food Bank 10 years ago, what little they had in the pantry was more than enough.
Wolfe said, "sometimes we'd go weeks without a call but now we don't go one day without a call."
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