VTHS hosts Empty Bowls soup event


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Vernon. Harvest House will be the beneficiary of an Empty Bowls Soup Dinner sponsored by the Clay Club at Vernon Township High School on Thursday, April 18, from 2–6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

Students and staff created beautiful ceramic bowls (hand-built and wheel thrown) as a thank you for the purchase of a $5 bowl of soup, donated by Sodexo.

G&S Foods in Wantage donated the “to go” cups and lids, so stop by, bring dinner home, and help support Harvest House Soup Kitchen of Sussex County.



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