Harvest Food Bank Returns to Howard County This Week – Makes Up For Bad Weather Day
Harvest Regional Food Bank is back out on the road for a Distribution in Nashville, Arkansas, in Howard County this week, for their TEFAP USDA Commodity Mobile Pantry this Wednesday, February 22. This on is the makeup for the one missed due to bad weather on February 1.
Harvest Regional Food Bank will distribute TEFAP USDA Commodities directly from their truck on this Wednesday, February 22, 2023, starting at 9:00 am and lasting until approximately 11:00 am or until all boxes have been distributed.
The Harvest truck will be parked in front of the Nashville Parks & Recreation Office located at 1301 W Johnson St, Nashville, AR. Usually, by 8 AM, there is already a big line of folks waiting to get their needed boxes, so we always encourage you to arrive early. Remember, this is a first come first served event.
What Should You Bring:
Remember, you do have to prove you live in Howard County to be eligible to receive these food boxes. Recipients must bring an updated driver's license with their current address or other approved photo identification verifying they are a resident of Howard County. Again, proof of address is required.
Recipients are limited to 1 box per household, 2 households per vehicle maximum. The next Mobile Pantry is scheduled for May 10, 2023.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.