By Theresa Flerx
“In light of all the politics, shootings and strife going on, please, don’t forget the people of West Virginia. They have much rebuilding to do with little help,” said Alison Salanova in a Facebook plea to friends and family. Alison Salanova and husband, Walter, are the owners of Villa Nova’s Curbside Cucina. The couple traveled from Palmyra, VA, to White Sulphur Springs on Thursday to serve 120-plus pizzas, tossed salad and drinks to a community severely affected by June’s raging floodwaters.
Read more in the Friday, July 15, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.