WMS newspaper reporter Elnora A. wrote a piece about the Empty Bowls Project for the Fall 2014 issue of the Knightly News. Thanks, Elnora!
Here's the text of the article:
Over the last few months, the WMS PTO has been
holding bowl glazing events for the Empty Bowls Project. The Empty Bowls
Project is a project to raise awareness for food insecurity. So far, there have
been three glazing events. Three magical nights of laughing, talking, and, of
course, glazing. So far, over 200 bowls have been glazed for the empty bowls
dinner on January 28, 2015. During the empty bowls dinner, you can come and
purchase a bowl and then, sit down to soup, donated by local restaurants, in
your hand painted bowl. So how can you help with this anti-hunger cause? You
can come to one of the last two glazing sessions, November 22, at the public
library or December 11, at the Westbrook Town Hall, and glaze a bowl for this
worthy cause. The Empty Bowls Soup Dinner will be on Wednesday, January 28,
2015, from 5-8 pm.
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