As line crews continue to work around the clock to restore power, communities are doing what they can to show support for them.
There was a very special delivery Wednesday morning at a fire station in Marion County for crews headed out on another long day of keeping people safe.
Mindy Kaur owns The Donut Hole shop in Stayton. When power came back on at her store, they started giving out donuts and coffee to show support for any first responder or lineman who came in.
Thanks to community support that helps pay for the donuts, Kaur also made deliveries to the Marion County Sheriff's Office and several fire stations.
"We appreciate all of it. You know, our crews are out 24/7 and they need food to eat and other supplies while they’re here away from their home," Marion County Fire Deputy Chief Ron Lee said.