Coda Mountain Academy to continue feeding efforts

FAYETTE COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – The Coda Mountain Academy announces that it will continue feeding the community during the Stay at Home Order.

The academy and partnering churches are one of the few groups allowed to keep working during the order, so families relying on volunteers won’t go hungry.

“If you’re someone who comes in, please continue to come unless something happens where you cannot go,” said Charles Schmuck. “If you do need a delivery, contact us on our Facebook page and we will try to figure out how to get those deliveries to you.”

For more information or to volunteer, contact the Oak Hill Gospel Tabernacle Facebook page. The organization requires that neither you or any family members show any symptoms of COVID-19 in order to volunteer.

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