Empty Bowls Feed The Hungry
March 26, 2010
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The Art Department hosted it’s 16th annual fund raising event, Empty Bowls, on Thursday March 25. A national event dedicated to fighting hunger in local communities through the use of hand-made ceramic bowls, drew a record crowd this year and raised a record amount of money for the Second Harvest Food Bank in Springfield.
- Money Raised For Second Harvest Food Bank:
- Number of Guests:
- Number of Bowls:
A Recap In Photos:
Major event sponsors include Sodexo, The Greek Orthodox Church-Ladies Philoptochos, Villa Springfield and Rehab Center, Remington Steel, Madison Avenue Pharmacy, Rob Baker and Mary Jo Groves. V.I.P. sponsors include Speedway SuperAmerica LLC, Springfield Clark CTC Culinary Arts Program, Dr. Dana and Judy King, Kova of Ohio, Home City Federal Savings Bank, A.G. Samuelson, Inc., Clark-Champaign Chapter of Women’s Council of Realtors and Community Mercy Health Partners.
Additional support and supplies have been donated by Flashions, Heidelberg Distributers, O’Charley’s, Texas Road House, Linardos Villa, Seasons Bistro and Grille, 800 Paint Place, Howard’s Foods-Save-A-Lot, Donatos, Dole, GFS, Economy Linens, Springfield Clark CTC Culinary Arts Program, Tecumseh High School, CLS Graphics, Brain Lumber and Bob Evans, located on Leffel Lane.