Local bar dishes out 150 sack lunches to truck drivers

While the Rock-A-Way Tavern will not be opening until possibly mid May due to the pandemic, that did not stop them from helping truck drivers traveling across Logan County.

Last week, the owners put together a sack lunch benefit for truck drivers, who made a pit stop at the rest areas off of I-35.

Marshall McCutchen’s dad was a truck driver and helped lead the project.

The volunteers fed over 150 drivers and accepted unsolicited cash donations that they will later be used to fund another cause in Guthrie.

The group believes truck drivers are an under-appreciated segment of the workforce and are responsible for feeding and supplying the country.

The local bar, located at Seward and Sooner, has gone under renovations and are hopeful to reopen during Phase 2 of Oklahoma’s reopening plan.


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