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Operation BBQ Relief Deploys to Wimberley, Texas

PLEASANT HILL, Mo. – May 30, 2015 – Operation BBQ Relief has deployed to Wimberley, Texas, to provide hot meals for victims of the Memorial Day weekend flooding and to the first responders working to aid them. On Friday, May 29, volunteers served nearly 1100 meals at two locations
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Kirkland and Fairdale Illinois (Tornado) 5,700 Meals over 2 Days

An EF4 "Wedge" tornado (multiple vortex) that was up to 1/2 mile and stayed on the ground for 52 miles touched down in Rochelle, about 75 miles west of Chicago Thursday evening at about 6:45 p.m., and then moved on to Fairdale, 25 miles northeast, just south of Rockford, leaving m
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Washington Illinois (Tornado) 25,600 Meals over 6 Days

WGN-TV meteorologist Tom Skilling said it may go down as one of the most powerful storms to hit the region in decades. “It appears the storm may have produced the most powerful Illinois November tornado on record outside of St. Louis (and possibly elsewhere) and may be on
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Pilger Nebraska (Twin Tornados) 6,800 Meals over 4 Days

Rare twin tornadoes raked across northeast Nebraska. They were part of an outbreak of twisters that virtually wiped Pilger off the land and left a path of death and destruction. The 60-mile swath stretched from near Stant
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Tupelo, Mississippi (Tornado) 6,025 Meals over 4 Days

Corporate Involvement:  Big Poppa Smokers Ole Hickory Pits
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Louisville Mississippi (Tornado) 11,050 Meals over 5 Days

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Mayflower Arkansas (Tornado) 23,400 Meals over 7 Days

Early on April 27, 2014, a cold front from the Rocky Mountains descended on the Plains, fueling intense thunderstorms that spun out a powerful tornado. Beginning at 7 p.m., the twister cut a swath of destruction through t
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Longmont Colorado (Flooding) 25,600 Meals over 6 Days

Around September 11th, clouds and heavy rain had started to roll in along Colorado Front Range, a 130 mile long area along the eastern slope of the Rockies stretching from Fort Collins south past Denver & Colorado Springs.
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Moore Oklahoma (Tornado) 143,000 Meals over 12 Days

On May 20, 2013, an EF-5 tornado struck Moore, OK, a suburb of Oklahoma City. The tornado was part of a massive weather system that had produced thunderstorms and smaller tornadoes over previous days. The tornado touched down just before 3:00 p.m. CDT, crossing through a heavily p
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West, Texas (Explosion) 16,000 Meals over 8 Days

A massive explosion and fire at a fertilizer plant in the small town of West, Texas, which badly damaged a five-block area.The blast was so massive and deafening, its ground motion registered as an earthquake. So far 12 deaths h
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Adarisville, Georgia (Tornado) 25,600 Meals over 6 Days

A team of meteorologists from the National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Georgia, surveyed the damage caused by a supercell thunderstorm that tracked across northwest Bartow and central Gordon counties from approximately 11:15 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. on Wednesday, January 3
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Hoboken, Staten Island, Long Beach and Brick New Jersey (Hurricane) 100,000 Meals over 12 Days

Hurricane Sandy was the deadliest and most destructive tropical cyclone of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, as well as the second-costliest hurricane in United States history. While it was a Category 2 storm off the coast of the Northeastern United States, the storm became the
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Hurricane Isaac (Hurricane) 55,000 Meals over 11 Days

Via Reuters: Hurricane Isaac has caused up to $1 billion in economic losses for offshore energy properties and up to $1.5 billion in insured losses onshore in Louisiana and neighboring states, disaster modeler Eqecat said on Wednesday. Within days, OBR volunteers from neighboring s
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Colorado Springs Colorado (Fire) 1,700 Meals over 3 Days

The Waldo Canyon Fire was a forest fire that started approximately four miles northwest of Colorado Springs on June 23, 2012, and one mile from a western neighborhood. It was declared 100% contained on July 10, 2012, after no smoke plumes were visible on a small portion of the con
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Royse City Texas (Tornado) 2,500 Meals over 3 Days

Several strong to mostly weak tornadoes touched down near Dallas and Fort Worth and points east. This included an EF-3 in Forney, Texas, which devastated the Diamond Creek subdivision and a school in town. It was estimated on April 5 that over 1100 homes were damaged in the outbre
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Dexter Michigan (Tornado) 2,300 Meals over 3 Days

The EF-3 tornado left a path seven miles long and nearly half a mile wide. It left large amounts of destruction, but fortunately, there were no deaths or serious injuries attributed to the storm. The tornado hit at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, and by 3 p.m. on Friday
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Kansas, Illinois, Indiana (Tornado) 15,500 Meals over 9 Days

Disaster: As many as 17 tornadoes across multiple states Classification: EF-2 Harveyville, KS; EF-4 Harrisburg, IL; EF-4 Marysville, IN Casualties: Harveyville, KS: Eight or nine people injured, 40%-60% of the town destroyed Harrisburg, IL: Six people dead and 100 injured, 250-
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Jefferson County Alabama (Tornado) 5,700 Meals over 3 Days

The National Weather Service said at least six different tornadoes skipped across central Alabama, causing damage across a wide area. The strongest hit Jefferson County, with winds up to 150 MPH. The first tornado, an EF-2 with 130 MPH winds, left a path of destruction 880 yards w
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Harrisburg Pennsylvania (Flooding) 5,000 Meals over 5 Days

Hurricane Irene swept through the Caribbean and eastern portion of the United States, flooding several areas from North Carolina to Maine. Then soon after Tropical Storm Lee soaked the Midwest then the Northeast, leaving many inches of rain and leading to the worst flooding in Pen
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Joplin Missouri (Tornado) 120,100 Meals over 11 Days

On Sunday evening, May 22, 2011, a massive multi-vortex EF-5 tornado plowed through the southwest Missouri community of about 50,000 residents, killing 156 people and injuring more than 1000. It left a path of almost total destruction six miles long and over half a mile wide. It i
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