White Sox Deliver Lunch To 10 Firehouses, CFD Headquarters

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By WBBM Newsradio 780 AM & 105.9 FM

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- The Chicago White Sox still aren't playing baseball, but they are serving lunch.

The Chicago Fire Department sent out a tweet Thursday thanking the White Sox and Anheuser-Busch for providing lunch from Barrio Chicago to 10 firehouses and Chicago Fire Department headquarters.

"The Chicago Fire Department thanks the @whitesox, @AnheuserBusch  for providing lunch to 10 Fire Houses and CFD Headquarters from @BarrioChicago. The CFD humbly thanks you all for your generosity to First Responders and support staff," the tweet read.

The Chicago Fire Department thanks the @whitesox, @AnheuserBusch for providing lunch to 10 Fire Houses and CFD Headquarters from @BarrioChicago. The CFD humbly thanks you all for your generosity to First Responders and support staff. pic.twitter.com/nLWeFKl9P8

— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) June 18, 2020

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The Chicago White Sox told WBBM Newsradio that the team has been working with Anheuser-Busch throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to support its programs to help those on the front lines of COVID-19. Food deliveries are part of that support.