Donations help cover lost wages, other expenses for restaurant employees


Community outreach: Pam Blakely, media assistant at Eastern Hancock, collects donations for El Rodeo employees who are now without a job after Monday's fire. (Arika Herron/Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD — Debbie Grass and a handful of other Eastern Hancock teachers had standing plans for Friday night: a book club meeting over dinner at their favorite restaurant, El Rodeo.

But instead of discussing their most recent read over chips and salsa, half a dozen EH high school and middle school teachers donned sandwich boards and stood in front of the charred remains of what was their regular meeting spot for the last several years.

The popular Mexican restaurant was destroyed in a fire Monday evening


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