Dubois County Food Distribution Event Postponed

The Farmers to Families Food Distribution Event in Dubois County was originally scheduled for Thursday, February 18, but it has now been rescheduled to February 22.

Posted: Feb 16, 2021 1:12 PM
Updated: Feb 18, 2021 12:50 PM

Winter weather continues to postpone events across our tri-state.

The Farmers to Families Food Distribution Event in Dubois County was originally scheduled for Thursday, February 18, but it has now been rescheduled to February 22.

The event will take place at the Masterbrand Cabinets Hilltop Warehouse in Ferdinand, Indiana, and food will be given out from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The event sees two companies, Fibertech Inc., and Masterbrand Cabinets coming together to put on this food distribution event for Dubois County.

Fibertech Inc., says the event is open to the public, and all are welcome, including citizens from surrounding communities.

According to a statement released by Fibertech Inc., on Monday, the two companies are partnering together for the Farmers to Families event to give back to the community during what are uncertain times for some.

Individuals plannning to receive food during the event are asked to enter on Scenic Hills Dr. with a maximum of two families per car. 

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In their latest convective outlook, the Storm Prediction Center has reduced our threat for severe weather. Much of the Tri-State remains Under a “1” and a “2” on the Threat Index. Strong winds remain the greatest threat from any storms that develop. Overcast skies for most of the day hindered much of our potential for Severe Weather. A cold front and associated low currently passing through the Tri-State may still produce a potentially Severe thunderstorm or two. The latest model data seems to be in agreement that the greatest likelihood for impactful weather won’t arrive until our greatest threat for Severe Weather concludes. A line of showers and storms will reach out westernmost communities around 5:30 PM. From there, the rainfall will reach Evansville, Henderson and Madisonville by 7PM before pushing in over Owensboro and Jasper before 8PM. Scattered showers may linger for a time following the passage of the initial line of rainfall, making for a damp and cooler evening ahead.
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