We will have our scheduled TEFAP distribution on Friday, April 24th, in Pope County. This will be held in Russellville at the Pope County Fairgrounds from 9a.m. to 12 p.m.
Until the pandemic has ended, all TEFAP distributions moving forward will be drive thru only. There will be no need to get out of your vehicle. Upon arrival to the distribution, you will pull up to the worker and show your ID. The worker will record your name, phone number, and household size. Your food bag will then be placed in your vehicle. We will have you sign your TEFAP card at a later distribution date.
Please understand this process will take a little longer, and we ask for your patience. Your safety and the safety of our workers are of the upmost important to us.
We are a USDA distribution site
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