Published DateMOULTONBOROUGH — Students from Moultonborough Academy will hold an Empty Soup Bowl dinner on Sunday, February 3 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to benefit local soup kitchens.
The public is invited and the first fifty people through the door will be able to purchase an empty ceramic soup bowl to be filled with soup.
The event will be like one that was held last April when students from Moultonborough Academy held an Empty Soup Bowl dinner to benefit the local soup kitchens.
The public was invited to attend and purchase a handmade empty ceramic soup bowl and then have it filled with warm nourishing soup. Students in grades 7-12 made the ceramic bowls during middle level art
classes and ceramic classes. Family Consumer Science students made hearty soups and the ceramic class students hosted the dinner. The science department contributed fresh baked bread and drinks were contributed from local restaurants and the class of 2012.
The event was able to donate $282 to the local soup kitchen managed by the Methodist Church.
The Moultonborough Academy's ceramic class in conjunction with SLAM (Service Learning At Moultonborough) is again offering the Empty Soup Bowls fundraiser. The Family Consumer Science classes will again make the soup. Students in ceramics, middle level art club have created the bowls. SLAM will help hosting.
Contact Jean Meloney or Amy Flanders at 476-5517 for more information.