Hartselle man delivers meals to those in need during COVID-19 outbreak

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HARTSELLE, Ala. – There are many people who are being bright spots in our community.

In Hartselle, Wayne Jones started making soup, cornbread, and banana bread for those who are shut-in during the COVID-19 outbreak.

He does this good deed about once or twice a week in his community.

When we asked Jones why he gives back, he replied, “We are all in this together. One person, helping another. I just want to do my part.”

Jones said when neighbors tell him they are looking forward to his cooking, it means a million dollars to him.

“He has supplied us with three meals now. The first time was a very big surprise because he went to the front door and I came out the side door. But this man is truly a, he’s just a good samaritan, a good Christian person” said one of Jones’ friends.

Jones said donations would help him deliver to more families in need. He delivers 40 to 50 meals a week. If you are in the Decatur or Hartselle area and in need of a meal, Jones said to contact him on Facebook.

You can donate to Jones’s fundraiser on Facebook.

WHNT News 19 would like to know bright spots throughout North Alabama. You can let us know of good things going on in our community, by emailing us at news@whnt.com.

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