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Winnebago plans to begin reopening Elkhart County RV plants in May

first_img Pinterest Google+ By Associated Press – April 11, 2020 0 416 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest (Photo supplied/Winnebago Industries) MIDDLEBURY, Ind. (South Bend Tribune) — Iowa-based recreational vehicle manufacturer Winnebago Industries says the company plans to begin reopening its northern Indiana plants in May after closing them in March amid the coronavirus pandemic.Winnebago and other RV manufacturers temporarily idled their manufacturing plants after stay-at-home orders were issued in Indiana and other states where RVs are produced.Winnebago spokesman Sam Jefson tells the South Bend Tribune that while the company will reopen some plants in other states beginning Monday, it isn’t planning to reopen its operations in northern Indiana’s Elkhart County until May 4 or later.Winnebago employs about 3,500 workers at plants in Middlebury and Nappanee. WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Winnebago plans to begin reopening Elkhart County RV plants in May CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Previous articleAnderson facility has 24 COVID-19 deaths; state toll 300Next article19-year-old man shot and killed in Benton Harbor Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications.last_img read more


first_img Briefs THE VIRGIL HAWKINS FLORIDA CHAPTER of the National Bar Association recently received the Affiliate Chapter of the Year Award from the NBA at its national convention in Orlando. NBA immediate past President Kim Keenan, center, presented the award to Hawkins Chapter President Benjamin Crump of Tallahassee, right, in recognition of VHFCNBA’s “outstanding service to the Florida community, its promotion of justice for the public good, its focus on restoration of citizen rights, and the sponsoring of various high school moot court scholarship competitions.” According to the NBA, the VHFCNBA has also served as a blueprint for the other affiliate NBA chapters nationwide. From its inception, the Florida chapter has made it a priority to have its members not only attend state meetings but also strives to have the greatest number of registrants at NBA conventions. Therefore, it was not a surprise when a record number of Florida lawyers joined Florida Bar President Alan Bookman in attending the 80th Annual NBA National Convention. Also pictured is Mavis Thompson, the NBA’s vice president of regions and affiliates. LINNES FINNEY, JR., center, of Ft. Pierce was recently elected president-elect of the National Bar Association at its 80th Annual Convention held in Orlando. Finney will be sworn in as the 64th NBA president at its 81st Annual Convention in August 2006 in Detroit. Finney is a partner with Gary, Williams, Parenti, Finney, Lewis, McManus, Watson & Sperando. He is past chair of The Florida Bar’s Judicial Nominating Procedures Committee and currently serves on the Trial Lawyers Section’s Executive Council. Finney also served on the judicial nominating commission for the Florida Supreme Court (1996-2000) and the 19th Judicial Circuit (1992-1996). Finney is a life member of the NAACP and the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He is a trustee of the United Way of St. Lucie County and received The Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono Service Award in 1992. Pictured is Finney being congratulated, from the left, by David Self, V. Lynn Whitfield, Ethel Isaacs-Williams, and Michael Lewis. THE PALM BEACH COUNTY BAR Young Lawyers Section recently distributed new school supplies to more than 250 children attending Palm Beach Public Elementary School. The YLS donated close to $4,000 worth of notebooks, binders, pencils, and everything in between for all of the students who were eligible for the federal breakfast and lunch aid program. In addition, supplies to last the entire school year were donated to the teachers. “It can cost parents as much as a $100 to get a student ready for the beginning of school, not including clothes or uniforms,” said Allison Kapner, a chair of the YLS project. “As attorneys, we think it’s important that we give back to our community and the students, teachers, and parents seem to really appreciate whatever we can give.” Pictured in the back from the left are YLS members Catherine Eaton, Jennifer DeSantis, John Whittles, Allison Kapner, Jason Guari, Theo Kypreos, and Grier Pressly. In the front from the left are students Jorge, third grade; Joselina, second grade; Brandon, third grade; and Katherine, fourth grade. PALM BEACH COUNTY BAR members will join thousands from around the world to participate in International Literacy Day September 8. More than 30 Palm Beach County attorneys and judges will spend the morning talking to students at the Adult Education Center in West Palm Beach about the importance of education and the legal system. “This is a great event for the students and our members,” said Cynthia Spall, PBCBA’s Lawyers for Literacy Committee chair. “We never have a hard time filling the classrooms with speakers as this is a rewarding opportunity for both the students and our members.” Pictured in the front from the left are Theodore Leopold, president of the Palm Beach County Bar; Chief Judge Kathleen Kroll; and Spall. In the back from the left are Judges Ronald Alvarez; Cory Ciklin; Debra Moses Stephens; and Peter Evans. The T.J. Reddick Bar names new board The T.J. Reddick Bar Association recently named its 2005-2006 executive board.At a July 8 meeting, Broward Circuit Judge Ilona Holmes swore in T.J. Reddick officers Roshawn Banks, Veresa Jones Adams, Deana Holiday, Steven Taylor, Gregory Haile, Alfreda Coward, Kimberley Coward, and Christina Hathaway. Bar’s Education Law Committee to meet The Bar’s Education Law Committee will meet September 9 in Tampa in conjunction with the Bar’s General Meeting of Committees and Sections.The meeting will feature video hookups in Kendall, Ft. Lauderdale, and Jacksonville at the Nova Southeastern University sites—enabling committee members unable to attend in Tampa to participate via interactive television at those three additional locales.The meeting is open to all those interested in education law and provides CLE credits. briefs September 1, 2005 Regular Newslast_img read more

Hughes keen on Redmond

first_imgStoke boss Mark Hughes has admitted he is interested in signing Norwich winger Nathan Redmond. Press Association Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi, who spent last season on loan at the Britannia Stadium, is Hughes’ first choice but the Welshman admitted last week the deal had “gone cold”. Redmond, 20, joined Norwich from Birmingham last summer and has made 40 appearances for the Canaries, scoring once. center_img Hughes said of the England Under-21 international on Sky Sports News: “There is interest there – he’s a good young player and a player we would like. “But he’s not our player, he’s Norwich’s player, and they are obviously well within their rights to retain him. “He’s under contract to them and there is nothing moving at the moment. So we’ll just have to bide our time maybe.” last_img read more

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