Picnic benefits Pendleton’s Market damaged by May tornado

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>>THESE ARE ALL COMING OUT OF
GOOD. BRIAN: SLIDERS, SAUSAGE —
THE MENU IS OVER THE TOP
TONIGHT.>>I ALMOST NEED A SHOVEL TO GET
ALL THESE OFF. BRIAN: IT’S COMFORT FOOD TO FEED
THE SOUL.>>WE REALLY DO WANT TO HELP
THIS FAMILY THAT’S IN NEED AND
SO THAT’S WHY WE ARE GOING ALL
OUT HERE AND HAVING A GOOD TIME.>>NOW I DON’T KNOW WHERE I
LIVE, REALLY. BRIAN: THESE PHOTOS SHOW THE
DAMAGE AFTER THE TORNADO HIT
PENDLETON’S FARM AND COUNTRY
MARKET. FIVE OF SEVEN GREEN HOUSES WERE
RIPPED APART. INSURANCE IS STILL WORKING ON
THEIR CLAIM.>>LAST WEEK WAS REALLY HARD ON
ME, BECAUSE WE HIT SIX WEEKS AND
WE HAVEN’T DONE ANYTHING. WE HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE TO MOVE ON. BRIAN: SEEING CUSTOMERS OFFER
SUPPORT MEANS THE WORLD.>>SO GLAD YOU ARE HERE. BRIAN: RIGHT NOW, THEIR LIFE IS
SUSPENDED IN PAPERWORK.>>WANT TO TWO, GIVE YOU THIS
CHECK. BRIAN: SLOW FOOD KANSAS CITY
GIVES THE FAMILY A CHECK FOR
$1,500.>>IT WAS KANSAS CITY THAT CAME
BEHIND YOU. BRIAN: SEVEN WEEKS AFTER THE
DESTRUCTION, THIS PICNIC SHOWS
EVEN THOSE NOT AFFECTED HAVEN’T
FORGOTTEN.>>WE HAVE TO FIGURE OUT A WAY
TO GIVE BACK. BRIAN: THIS IS A BIG HELP ON THE
LONG ROAD TO RECOVERY AND
REPLANTING.>>EVEN ON A HOT DAY LIKE TODAY,
YOU KNOW, WE’RE SWEATING A
LITTLE BIT BUT IT’S STILL


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