Tucson: Community Food Bank Benefit-Empty Bowl Luncheon-Nov. 4by Karyn Zoldan on Oct. 31, 2010, under A Tisket, A Tasket, Life
Empty Bowl Luncheon Benefits Community Food Bank
Philosophically, you have to wonder if hunger is perceived as a half empty bowl or a half full bowl
I love when different segments of the community come together for a good cause. In this case the cause includes the Southern Arizona Clay Artists, some local restaurants, and the Community Food Bank.
On Thursday November 4 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. you can sample a variety of soups and bread and take home a a beautifully handcrafted ceramic bowl for $10. Your $10 will benefit the Community Food Bank. You can purchase more bowls and participate in the silent auction…with all proceeds to benefit So. Arizona’s hungry community in need.
The event happens at the Kino Sports Complex Community Center located at 2805 E. Ajo Way.
Let me know if you think your bowl is half empty or half full.
(photo: courtesy of Jashio/SACA)