September 12, 2pm–4pmWhere
River Valley High School 4280 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd., Caledonia , 43314
The Marion County Farm Bureau invites all first responders, farmers and members of the community to join us to watch a showing of “SILO the Film” on Sunday, Sept. 12, at 2 p.m. in the River Valley High School Auditorium, located at 4280 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd. Caledonia. Please RSVP by Sept. 3, to the Marion County Farm Bureau by clicking here, at [email protected] or by calling 419-747-7488.
SILO is the first ever feature film about a grain entrapment. Disaster strikes in a small American farm town when a teenage boy becomes the victim of a grain entrapment. As corn becomes quicksand inside of a 50-foot silo, the town locals must put aside their deeply rooted differences to save him from drowning in the grain they harvest.
A boxed meal will be provided after the film, funded by Marion County Farm Bureau and the America’s Farmers Grow Rural Communities Bayer Fund in memory of Dave McKinniss.
First responders will be offered training hours for their attendance. Members enrolled with the Farm Bureau Workers’ Compensation group with Sedgwick may use this seminar to fulfill their annual safety requirement. This program is supported by Marion County Farm Bureau, POET – Marion, Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District, Marion County FFA Chapters (Elgin, Ridgedale, River Valley, and Tri-Rivers).