Vale Fire and Ambulance crab feed still good to go – and they do mean go

Vale Fire and Ambulance supervisor Todd Hesse talks about plans to change the format of the annual crab feed slated March 21. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

VALE – The Vale crab feed is still on.

Local customers for one of the area’s most popular events won’t be able to sit down to dig into one of the tasty crustaceans this year because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Instead, Vale Fire and Ambulance will feature a unique way to pick up dinners on Saturday, March 21.

“We will open the bays and have them drive through the bay,” said Todd Hesse, Vale Fire and Ambulance supervisor.

Hesse said the event typically draws a large crowd and is the single biggest fund raiser for his agency.

The change in format was necessary not only because of the . . .