Bonnie Tucker was serving food with King, and said they are continuing to bring more food out for the workers and affected community members.
"We're going to be here until our food runs out," she said.
Besides those providing food at the command post, many different groups have responded to the area to assist in clean-up efforts. Judge-Executive Ronald Wright said volunteer firefighters from Casey, Adair, Green, Taylor and Lincoln counties all responded to the area and were helping clean up.
Chris McQueary and Freddie Cook were two volunteer firefighters from Poplar Springs in Casey County that responded Friday night and Saturday. Cook said he stayed on scene until 4 a.m. Saturday before coming back later in the day. McQueary and Cook said they had mainly been working to get tarps over damaged roofs.
Inmates on the scene
Deputy Jailer Linda League brought 13 female inmates from the Casey County Regional Jail out to assist in clean-up as well.
The women are level one inmates who are allowed to work in the community. Normally they maintain a 15-acre garden, but when a disaster like a tornado strikes, they can respond and help out instead.
League said six more female inmates were on their way out to assist, and another squad of male inmates was assisting in another area. League's inmates were busy clearing downed trees from yards Saturday afternoon.
"We're giving them guys a break," League said.
In Liberty, school janitor Jerry Brown was able to head out to school Friday evening and open it up for the Red Cross, which is using the school as a temporary shelter for tornado victims.
Once the Red Cross has finished its assessment of the damage, the school will know how many supplies it will be receiving and distributing, he said.
Brown said no one has needed to use the shelter yet, but people are already dropping off water and clothes and teachers have offered to volunteer if any help is needed at the school.
"In this county when something like this happens, this community is very responsive," he said. "It's our community coming together."