Hundreds of kids in need
in our area will be provided meals thanks to a weekend event aimed at Feeding the
More than 800 people stopped
by Northside High School in Columbus on Sunday March 2 for the 20th annual Empty
Bowl Fundraiser. Soups were offered in bowls decorated and made by local artists.
The event raised $9,000, and 80 volunteers and staff showed up
Feeding the Valley works
with Columbus Parks and Recreation and Britt David Pottery Studio to help
provide meals to low income families in the Chattahoochee Valley.
The proceeds raised from
the event will serve nearly 25,000 meals to children in Columbus and Phenix
For more information visit the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department's Facebook page.
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