Black Hills businesses feeds search crews for free

ROCKERVILLE S.D. – During the search effort for 9-year-old Serenity Dennard, communities across the Black Hills have stepped up to support the search teams.

The Gaslight Restaurant in has been working around the clock to feed the search crews who have come in from around the hills. On Saturday, they fed around 40 first responders for free. According to the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, Marcos Pizza donated a variety of pizzas as well. Local resident Bridgette Williams provided fruit and cupcakes as well.

“Like anybody else would go out there and help search, this is kind of our thing,” said Gaslight Owner Chuck Little Bull. “We have the facility to do it, so why not do it this way?”

The Gaslight has been serving the crews full breakfasts and lunches around the clock. So far they’ve fed over 200 first responders.

According to Management at at the Subway restaurant on Deadwood Ave, first responders and others associated with the search effort in Rockerville will also not have to pay for their sandwiches

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