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Pottery shops, agency team up to fight hunger

Clay House, Clay Corner, Neighbors' Place will continue Empty Bowls to feed needy

2:26 PM, Sep. 16, 2013
Art teachers from the D.C. Everest Area School District visited the Clay House in Weston to paint bowls to be used in the 2012 Neighbors' Place fundraiser Empty Bowls.
Art teachers from the D.C. Everest Area School District visited the Clay House in Weston to paint bowls to be used in the 2012 Neighbors' Place fundraiser Empty Bowls.
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A pottery shop has once again partnered with The Neighbors' Place for the community center's annual hunger-awareness event and fundraiser.

For the second year, the Clay House in Weston is asking its customers to paint bowls for $10 each through Oct. 26. That money and the bowls will be donated to Empty Bowls, a community effort organized by The Neighbors' Place - a community resource center and food pantry - to fight hunger in the Wausau area.

Clay House owner Gretchen Kluz said last year, the painting studio donated 110 painted bowls to the Empty Bowls fundraiser. This year, she plans to donate ...

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