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Pottery bowls to raise funds for food pantry

9:48 PM, Dec. 28, 2012
Cullen Bump, a Marshfield High School junior, finishes a soup bowl as Dan Drach, right, a Marshfield High School alum, begins his bowl Friday.
Cullen Bump, a Marshfield High School junior, finishes a soup bowl as Dan Drach, right, a Marshfield High School alum, begins his bowl Friday.
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Marshfield High School students and alumni made nearly 300 pottery bowls Thursday and Friday in preparation for the annual Marshfield Area Empty Bowls event.

The event raises funds to support the city's Soup or Socks food and clothes pantry located at First Presbyterian Church. The goal is to make at least 700 bowls before the Empty Bowls event set for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 2.

"March will be here before we know it, and there's lots of bowls to make," said Kathleen Rulka, a professional artist and one of the event organizers who was working with the group in the high school ceramics room under the ...

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