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Empty Bowls to benefit hungry citizens

February 24, 2012

A pottery and soup fundraiser Saturday will help fill the stomachs of hungry citizens in Catawba County.

St. Stephens High School will host the sixth annual Empty Bowls event in its cafeteria from 5-8 p.m.

For $15, guests get a handmade pottery bowl, gourmet soup from local restaurants, homemade yeast rolls, dessert and a drink.

All proceeds will benefit The Corner Table in Newton and the Hickory Soup Kitchen.

During the event, students will perform monologues and songs for entertainment.

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