Empty Bowls Project raises $3,000

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Published on May 15, 2012 with No Comments

Representatives from several groups involved in the 2012 Empty Bowls Project attended the Portage Food Pantry’s board meeting and presented checks totaling $3,000.  This was the highest amount ever raised by the Empty Bowls Project which started in Portage in 2007.

Karen Fulkerson, outreach coordinator from Holy Cross Lutheran Church, coordinated the donation of soup and chili. “We had 35 crock pots this year through Holy Cross and St. Peter Lutheran Church,” she said.

Board president Sarah Tracy accepted the checks on behalf of the pantry.  “We want to thank you for all your efforts – the students who worked so hard to create all the art, the people who prepared the soups and chili to sell, and everyone else who participated.  We appreciate your every effort,” Tracy said.

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From left: Linda Lemond, project chairperson from St. Peter Lutheran Church; Sarah Tracy, food pantry board president; Karen Fulkerson, outreach coordinator from Holy Cross Lutheran Church; Art Club members, Kayla Mahaffey, Danielle Melton, Jose Claudio and Gabby Rodriguez; and PHS Art Department Co-chairs and Empty Bowls Coordinators Paula Wiese and Wanda Rice. You don’t have to be a techie to install the software

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