Art for the hungry

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Art for the hungry

Empty Bowls benefit to raise awareness about hunger’s reach
Escalante Middle School student
Kaniesha
Valley holds the bowl she made while Tanessa Farly examines her work.
Escalante Middle School student Shaelee Hawkins, left, compares a bottle of glaze to the glaze color chart held by Kaniesha Valley and Tilly Leeder, right. Hannah Liberman examines the selection of glazes. The students made bowls for the Empty Bowls Benefit Dinner, a fundraiser for Manna Soup Kitchen, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the school.
Escalante Middle School student Kaniesha Valley, left, looks at the color glaze choices for the bowl she made for the Empty Bowls Benefit Dinner. Tilly Leeder, center, and Shaelee Hawkins choose their glaze colors. The dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the school and will benefit Manna Soup Kitchen.

Art for the hungry

Escalante Middle School student
Kaniesha
Valley holds the bowl she made while Tanessa Farly examines her work.
Escalante Middle School student Shaelee Hawkins, left, compares a bottle of glaze to the glaze color chart held by Kaniesha Valley and Tilly Leeder, right. Hannah Liberman examines the selection of glazes. The students made bowls for the Empty Bowls Benefit Dinner, a fundraiser for Manna Soup Kitchen, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the school.
Escalante Middle School student Kaniesha Valley, left, looks at the color glaze choices for the bowl she made for the Empty Bowls Benefit Dinner. Tilly Leeder, center, and Shaelee Hawkins choose their glaze colors. The dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the school and will benefit Manna Soup Kitchen.
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