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  • Impact of OBX power outage will last for months

    “We’ve got a lot of needs here right now,” says Pastor Wade Weigel, who runs Lifeline OBX Food Pantry in Salvo. Normally at this time of year his operation is building up stocks of canned and frozen foods so it can help island residents through the winter months, when nearly all the businesses close up and so many of his Weigel’s neighbors are out of work.

“We’ve got a lot of needs here right now,” says Pastor Wade Weigel, who runs Lifeline OBX Food Pantry in Salvo. Normally at this time of year his operation is building up stocks of canned and frozen foods so it can help island residents through the winter months, when nearly all the businesses close up and so many of his Weigel’s neighbors are out of work. Martha Quillin mquillin@newsobserver.com
“We’ve got a lot of needs here right now,” says Pastor Wade Weigel, who runs Lifeline OBX Food Pantry in Salvo. Normally at this time of year his operation is building up stocks of canned and frozen foods so it can help island residents through the winter months, when nearly all the businesses close up and so many of his Weigel’s neighbors are out of work. Martha Quillin mquillin@newsobserver.com

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