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The $3 billion Redstone Federal Credit Union, which still has two of its northern Alabama branches shuttered following the April 27 tornado siege, said Friday it is greatly expanding its relief effort to help storm victims by sponsoring a weekend cookoff for 1,000 and starting a food shuttling operation to hard-hit small towns.

More than 50 employees, their families and volunteers along with teams of individuals originally scheduled to participate in the annual Whistle Stop Festival and Rocket City BBQ in Huntsville will instead be cooking for tornado survivors, volunteers and workers this weekend.

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