GARLAND (KRLD) – You can have a great meal and support people in Garland who are working to rebuild after the deadly December 26th tornadoes.READ MORE: Irving's MacArthur High School Went On Lockdown For 6 Hours Due To 'Possible Threat Of Student With Gun'; No Gun Was Found
The tornadoes destroyed hundreds of homes and damaged more than a 1,000 homes.
City spokesperson Dorothy White says, “Some have made some tremendous progress. Others have a long way to go. Very often people are running into financial roadblocks or finding they don’t have enough resources to cover everything that needs to be covered. ” So, some Harbor Point restaurants in Garland are serving up meals for you to enjoy on this Saturday, July 23rd.READ MORE: Parkland's Chief Medical Officer Says Those Who've Received J&J COVID-19 Vaccine Shouldn't Worry
A portion of their sales will go to the #GarlandStrong campaign to help tornado victims recover. Those restaurants are Texas Land & Cattle, Primo’s and The Flying Saucer on Bass Pro Drive just south of I-30.
To learn more about tornado recovery, visit the Tornado Information page on the City of Garland website. To make an online donation to the #GarlandStrong campaign, visit GarlandStrong.com.MORE NEWS: Burleson Police Officer Joshua Lott Recovering After Being Shot Multiple Times, Suspect In Custody
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