• Community "Bowl Painting" to help fight hunger

    Community "Bowl Painting" to help fight hunger

    On Saturday, January 21 from 11am to 4pm in the concourse at Pybus Market, join the Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council and your friends and neighbors in painting a bowl to help fight hunger.
     
     “Empty Bowls Wenatcheesimultaneously builds community and calls attention to the hunger still existent in our own valley. With a $10 dollar donation to the North Central Washington Food Distribution Center, anyone can receive a blank bowl that they will be given all the materials and instruction needed to personalize it with paint. For $35 a family can paint up to 5 bowls. Your bowl then gets a final layer of glaze and is fired into a finished masterpiece. Your donation includes admission into our dinner at Wenatchee High School on March 11, where we gather around a simple soup dinner and bread to work against hunger in our community.
     
     “No bowl should go empty, but too often they do,said Michael McGrath, AmeriCorps volunteer coordinating this event. “ We know that food security is
    a real issue in our community and this event is a way for local residents to help in a meaningful and fun way,” added McGrath.

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