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Student Creations to Beautifully Augment Food Bank’s Fundraiser


Ceramics students craft handmade soup bowls for annual food-bank fundraiser.
Ceramics students craft handmade soup bowls for annual food-bank fundraiser.

Fifty handmade bowls have been donated to the seventh annual Williamsport Soup and a Bowl event by students in David A. Stabley’s Fall 2012 Ceramics I class. The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank fundraiser, to be held from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 22 at The Genetti Hotel, combines a Mardi Gras theme with a variety of soups, breads, beverages and desserts – and each participant’s choice of a handcrafted, keepsake pottery bowl.
Photo by Stabley, an instructor of ceramics and wood sculpture

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