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Arkansans lend a friendly hand

Two firms roll in, dish up food

Posted: May 23, 2013 at 12:26 a.m.

Jeff Sherwood (from left), Saba Naseem and Logan Webster, all of Fayetteville, help serve lunch to about 4,000 people Wednesday at a church in Moore, Okla.

Thousands of volunteers have descended on this Oklahoma City suburb to help victims of a tornado that devastated much of the area Monday.

Moore tornado damage

The scene Tuesday morning in Moore, Okla. (By David Gottschalk)
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