By Mike Dunn 

Business aid in flood fight


Mike Dunn

Cheena Deakins, food and beverage manager at the Saratoga Resort and Spa prepares a buffet for volunteers and members of the National Guard.

When the flooding began in the town of Saratoga more than a week ago, several businesses went out of their way to help.

Local restaurant and catering service, JW Hugus, provided food for the National Guard and Honor Farm inmate crews.

Owner of JW Hugus Trevor Ingraham said he was approached by Saratoga Mayor John Zeiger, Town Engineer Chuck Bartlett and Homeland Security Bravo Team member Rob Cleveland to provide breakfast, boxed lunches and dinners to crew members.

Ingraham said they had stayed open to the public on May 25 and 26. However, in order to keep up with the demand of the incr...

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