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A mix of clouds and sun early followed by cloudy skies this afternoon. High 63F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph..
Mostly cloudy. Low around 45F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: November 9, 2021 @ 3:44 am
BELLVILLE – On Sunday, Nov. 14 the third Empty Bowls soup luncheon will take place at Clear Fork High School, with event proceeds going to the Bellville Neighborhood Outreach Center (BNOC) food pantry to help put healthy meals on tables throughout the Clear Fork Valley.
Guests will enjoy great food, spend time with family and friends, and fight hunger in our Bellville and Butler communities one bowl at a time.
The concept behind Empty Bowls is simple; come together as a community to help everyone obtain the nutritious food they need every day.
At the event, guests will make a small contribution and enjoy a variety of soups, breads and desserts donated by local restaurants Black Dog Tavern, Brumby’s, Der Dutchman, Fast Eddie’s Pizza, Love Our Hero’s, V&M Restaurant, and Wishmaker House (as well as a few goodies from BNOC volunteers).
As a thank you and subtle reminder of the local fight against hunger, the attendees donating at least $15 are welcome to take home a one-of-a-kind bowl that was hand-painted by children and adults from throughout the Bellville and Butler communities, while supplies last.
The 2021 Clear Fork Empty Bowls would not be successful without the support of community members and generous sponsors, including Elite Insurance Agency, Terra Valley Excavating, Weekley Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, Appleseed Veterinary Hospital, Beachy Family Chiropractic, Edward Jones Investments, Global Oilfield Services, Hursh Drug Bellville, Rustik Market, Smith True Value, Snyder Funeral Homes, Elzy Milling & Trade, Main Culture Salon, Sugar Mama Bakery, Wade Gardens, Wise Builders, Wilson Family Realty, Liberty Lawn Care, and Whitaker’s Natural Market.
Empty Bowls events have been held in communities across the country for years. While every community’s objectives remain the same, each event is self-developed and independent. The BNOC is extremely grateful for the opportunity to partner with community members and local businesses, joining together to support families across the Valley.
For more information about the 2021 Clear Fork Empty Bowls event, please call Terri Hamilton at 419-989-5344, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• 2021 Clear Fork Empty Bowls is a soup luncheon/fundraiser designed to help combat hunger in our Bellville and Butler communities. If you are into good eats, good company, and helping your community, then this event is for you.
The meal is simple but delicious – soup, bread and a dessert, all donated by local restaurants and volunteers. Guests may also take home a beautifully hand-painted bowl as an unspoken reminder of the empty bowls that have yet to be filled throughout our community.
Funds raised through this event will benefit the Bellville Neighborhood Outreach Center (BNOC), whose food pantry serves neighbors throughout the Clear Fork Valley.
• Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021
• 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
• Clear Fork High School Cafeteria • Tickets are available at the door for suggested donations of $15 for adults, $5 for children under 13 THE FOOD • A delicious meal is provided by local restaurants, businesses and volunteers, including Black Dog Tavern, Brumby’s, Der Dutchman, Fast Eddie’s Pizza, Love Our Hero’s, V&M Restaurant, and Wishmaker House.
• Adults and children throughout the Clear Fork Valley painted/glazed the one-of-a-kind bowls as a service project in 2018 and 2019, including many school and church groups, youth sports teams and clubs, as well as groups of friends or family members. Unable to hold the bowl painting gatherings in 2021, any treasures that remained from the previous Empty Bowls events will be available for guest to take home from the luncheon this year.
• Generous Sponsors have helped ensure the success of Clear Fork Empty Bowls 2021; they are Elite Insurance Agency, Terra Valley Excavating, Weekley Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, Appleseed Veterinary Hospital, Beachy Family Chiropractic, Edward Jones Investments, Global Oilfield Services, Hursh Drug Bellville, Rustik Market, Smith True Value, Snyder Funeral Homes, Elzy Milling & Trade, Main Culture Salon, Sugar Mama Bakery, Wade Gardens, Wise Builders, Wilson Family Realty, Liberty Lawn Care, and Whitaker’s Natural Market.
• Event proceeds will benefit the Bellville Neighborhood Outreach Center (BNOC), whose mission is to support and enrich the lives of Clear Fork Valley residents by developing and operating a community service center.
The center houses a Food Pantry, a Clothesline, and a Community Room, providing those in need with some of life’s essential items including food and clothing.
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