Hundreds of people attended the 2011 Empty Bowls fundraiser to benefit the IOCP food shelf last evening at the Wayzata High School cafeteria.
Empty Bowls is a grassroots program to raise funds and awareness in an effort to end hunger and food insecurity. The program, now in it’s 20th year, was started by pottery instructor Nancy Hanily-Dolan “I have had a lot of help, and a lot of talented AP students along the way.” Nancy indicated when asked about starting the event.
|Nancy Hanily-Dolan, pottery instructor at Wayzata High School, started the Empty Bowls program 20 years ago. Photo Dan Gustafson.|
Contributors who donated $10 received a handmade bowl, which was filled with soup and accompanied by bread sticks. There was also a cake celebrating the 20th anniversary of the event, and a silent auction to raise even more funds.
|Empty Bowls 2011. Photo Dan Gustafson.|
View the photos from the event last night here: Wayzata High School 2011 Empty Bowls
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