PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. - Country radio station 103.1 WIRK-FM is making a difference in the wake of Isaac's historic flooding.
The station has helped hundreds of families through "Operation Pontoon," a supplies drive for families who need food, water, bug spray, and cleaning supplies.
Many of those picking up supplies today, also got a water and supplies for stranded neighbors. Everyone was thankful for the radio station's efforts.
"Very thankful. They did a wonderful job and for people helping other people -- you don't really get that anymore now a days," Acreage resident Bennie Perry said.
"We're all part of the same community, and that was the thing for us. When we heard how bad it was we thought, this is a no brainer,” DJ Jeff Elliott said.
WIRK also said it couldn't have done it without the help of so many others in the community who also didn't hesitate to lend a hand.
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