Food Kitchens and relief centers have through the day, keeping families, survivors and crews going, Dionn Lenton, says this is what her time, operation BBQ, do best,
"We are used to coming to a location, setting up, cooking BBQ and leaving, it's what we are set up for, it's natural for BBQ and times like this for operation BBQ relief, when we are needed, set up, cook for the masses, breakdown and leave, it's what we do".
Local pastor, Tina Spellman is remaining strong but is concerned for her church's members.
"A member of a church was actually right in the middle of the path and he and his 81 year old mother were under a desk, So God is Faithful."
The community here in Adairsville are picking themselves up and moving forward, officials estimate it could take up to four weeks before things are back to the way they are.