A crane company was in town on Tuesday morning to assist with installing a 40-by-40-foot walk-in freezer at the Tuff Memorial Home in Hills. The new freezer gives the home four times as much space for storing frozen food. Home director Dana Dahlquist said the old freezer was not providing the space needed for food storage. In the past decade they have added meals at the Tuff Village and also need additional storage for their local Meals on Wheels program. He feels the new larger freezer will give them the space they need to keep more food on hand, especially frozen vegetables and fruit. This will benefit residents who can enjoy a wider variety of fresher, better-tasting food. The freezer should be ready to use within the next week.