Unemployment is taking its toll on many who say they're just trying to survive. Now one Pikeville church has stepped up to help those in need.
Bledsoe County has been one of the hardest hit area's for the past couple years. Locals say they're still feeling the trickle down affect from manufacturers like Eclipse and Dura Automotive closing.
"There's people in Pikeville and Dunlap that are going hungry. That's one of the reasons I'm doing this, they need to know they're here seven days a week, call them (Lee Station Baptist Church) you don't have to go hungry," says local, Tina Millard.
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