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Mamma Mish helping in any way possible

Posted at 5:49 PM, Feb 08, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-08 18:09:53-05

Valentine's Day is Sunday!

Unless your name is Cupid, then this is the best name to have. We want you to meet Michele Love. She runs Mamma Mish's Homemade Dishes in Hydes.

Her side dish is that she is a Reverend. For the past year, she has shown us the love by expressing her heart.

Today, on her day off, she cooked and then delivered lunches to the staff and teachers at St. Ursula's on Harford Road. If you believe in signs, the sign on her door says, "Food, Faith and Fellowship" she is always trying to make us better, to help us out.

Michele knows plenty of brides and grooms are hurting because their wedding day was postponed or pushed back. So she decided to give away a wedding day.

Many couples entered the contest which was won by Olivia and Wren. They met online. Their first date was at the snow ball stand in Bel Air.

Olivia wanted to get married last October, but no church, no venue, nothing was available. She entered the contest and won! Now Michele will marry them on Sunday.

She'll cook the food and host 22 at her venue. The photographer and wedding cake is free.

Olivia bought her wedding dress for $39 dollars!

Michele will keep showing us the love. On Thursday she will give flowers away to seniors. Friday, she will be bring in food trucks for Baltimore, Harford and Cecil County residents, on Saturday, she will hold a Valentine's dinner and then Sunday she marries Olivia and Wren at high noon.

After our story aired, viewers emailed and text us about Michele Love.

"Your story about Mamma Mish is going to help so many people You would be shocked at how much she gives away. Not just her delicious food, but she fills gas tanks for those in need. Give clothes and toys to kids. Beds for single moms who need a place to lay their weary bodies. Groceries and cleaning supplies. You ask her and you shall receive. She drives all over the state to deliver meals. She donates hundreds to front line workers. There is a thermal bag out in front of her restaurant where anyone in need can take what they need. Mamma Mish Michele Love is certainly loved!"