Both the Lincoln Dinners for Washington and Orange Counties have been canceled. 

According to John Noblit, late this afternoon after consulting GOP officials concerning the current guidelines governing the size of attendance of public meetings, Chairman Jack Hinkle, Jr. announced the Orange County Lincoln Day dinner scheduled
for April 6 has been canceled.

As of now, there are no plans to reschedule the meeting.

With the current state of the corona virus just beginning to have an effect on Indiana and Washington County, the decision has been made to cancel the Lincoln Day Dinner on April 8, 2020, according to Tara Hunt. 
“It is unknown what restrictions may be in place the first part of April, not only with Senator Braun’s speaking engagements, but local gatherings and events as well,” she said. “It was decided that it would be best to not risk the health of any of our guests and reschedule our annual dinner at a date in the future when the emergent situation has passed.”