KENNETT H.S. COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTES BOWLS FOR HUNGER

by Christian Mower on December 7, 2011

CONWAY’S KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL WILL HOST A SPECIAL FOOD DRIVE WEDNESDAY EVENING, WITH PROCEEDS GOING TO BENEFIT THE VAUGHAN COMMUNITY SERVICES FOOD PANTRY IN NORTH CONWAY.

SANDY HALL – AN ART TEACHER AT KENNETT – INSPIRED BY A NATIONAL PROGRAM – FIRST GOT HER STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE “BOWLS FOR HUNGER” EVENT LAST YEAR – THE RESULT – THE CREATION OF ABOUT 150 SPECIALLY DECORATED SOUP BOWLS.

THIS YEAR, THERE MORE THAN 300 BOWLS HAVE BEEN MADE.

FOR $9 EACH GUEST AT KENNETT’S CAFETERIA WILL GET TO SELECT HIS OR HER HANDMADE BOWL, HAVE IT FILLED WITH FRESH STEAMING HOT SOUP DONATED BY VALLEY AREA RESTAURANTS, AND ENJOY FRESH BREADS AND ROLLS FROM LOCAL BAKERIES – AND HOMEMADE COOKIES DONATED BY THE CONGREGATIONAL IN NORTH CONWAY – THE CHURCH THAT’S AFFILIATED WITH VAUGHAN COMMUNITY SERVICES.

DINERS GET TO KEEP THEIR SPECIAL BOWL – WHILE THE MONEY COLLECTED WILL GO TO HELP BUY FOOD AT VAUGHAN.

HALL THANKS ALL THE RESTAURANTS AND BAKERIES WHO CONTRIBUTED.

THE EVENT STARTS AT 5:30 P.M.