Make Reservations Now for Talbot County Empty Bowls Community Dinner February 28th, 2016 Benefiting Talbot County Food Pantries and CarePacks
Mark your calendars! The 8th annual Talbot County Empty Bowls Community Dinner benefiting Talbot County food pantries and CarePacks of Talbot County will be held Sunday, February 28th, 2016. This successful event continues to raise awareness about the serious hunger issues that exist in our community.
Over the past seven years, Talbot County Empty Bowls Community Dinner has raised in excess of $80,000 for this worthy cause. Recipients include Asbury Methodist Church, Scott’s United Methodist Church, St. Vincent de Paul Society of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Neighborhood Service Center, Presbyterian Church of Easton, St. Michaels Food Pantry, Tilghman Food Pantry, and Union United Methodist Church. The CarePacks of Talbot County program for children in need is also a beneficiary.
Community and corporate support for the event continues to soar with volunteers of all ages lending their time and talent to make the dinner a success. Last year, numerous volunteers generously offered their time, talent, and spirit making Talbot County Empty Bowls Community Dinner a banner success. Hundreds of hand crafted bowls, 48 gallons of soup and chili, dozens of desserts, breads, and flowers were donated and enjoyed at two sold-out venues with record-breaking attendance.
For anyone interested in making a bowl for the event, KilnBorn Creations, formerly Clay Bakers, is offering a bowl paint package for $14.00. This offer ends February 21, 2016. KilnBorn Creations is located at #1 South Washington Street in Easton. For further information and to make reservations for groups contact: email@example.com or call 410-770-9091.
This year there will be two seatings at this often sold out event—the first at 5PM; the second seating will begin at 6:30PM. Tickets go on sale January 4, 2016 and must be purchased in advance by mailing a check for $20 per person to the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, 102 E. Dover Street, Easton, MD. 21601. Checks should be made payable to Mid-Shore/Empty Bowls. Please indicate which seating you prefer and include a phone number. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.mscf.org. We welcome both individual and corporate sponsors to join us in this fight to end hunger in Talbot County one bowl at a time. Donations are graciously accepted either by check on online at www.mscf.org.
The Talbot County Empty Bowls Community Dinner will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church Hall, 7215 Ocean Gateway in Easton, located on the westbound lane of Route 50, west of the Maryland State Police barracks. In case of inclement weather, the event will be cancelled.
Mark your calendars and join the Talbot County Empty Bowls Community Dinner…fighting to end hunger one bowl at a time.