Barefoot Bay Community Comes Together During Coronavirus Pandemic

No Kid Hungry in Barefoot Bay, Florida.
No Kid Hungry in Barefoot Bay, Florida.

The Barefoot Bay Community is coming together with a movement of community sharing, leaving everyone with a feeling that we are not in this alone, and that we will get through this together.

Starting with a program called No Kid Hungry, the Holy Cannoli Bakery organized food and beverage distribution as soon as it was announced that schools would be closed.

After the Barefoot Bay Community shut everything down, this program expanded its services to include the laid-off staff of Barefoot Bay.

Almost immediately, the residents of Barefoot Bay contributed funds, food, and beverages to the bakery for them to distribute.

The community clubs, including the Kentucky Club, the Boating and Fishing Club, and the Senior Softball league have made cash donations to the program.

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Holy Cannoli

Holy Cannoli is now offering take out, curbside pick-up, and free delivery with no minimum to all residents of Barefoot Bay.

You can order anything from their menu: grab and go meals, bread, dessert, ice cream, milkshakes, and more.

They are located at 311 Barefoot Bay Blvd. in Micco. For more information, call them at 772-202-4931.

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