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West Virginia State Farm Bureau buying groceries for Ronald McDonald houses

Members of West Virginia State Farm Bureau go grocery shopping Thursday for three Ronald McDonald houses in the state. (WCHS/WVAH)

Members of West Virginia State Farm Bureau are spending Thursday shopping at grocery stores for a good cause.

The business collects money throughout the year and then buys groceries for three Ronald McDonald houses in the state.

On Thursday, employees spent about $2,000 to help stock the Huntington Ronald McDonald House.

They buy food that helps supply the house year-round, including frozen dinners and perishable food.

"It’s a great feeling,” said Eric Thomason, a field services representative. “There's a tremendous number of people who love to give back in some way.”

The Ronald McDonald House in Huntington can accommodate about 20 families at a time.

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