18
September
2017
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06:52 PM
America/Chicago

South Texas College art students donate 200 bowls to RGV Food Bank

Photo Caption: left to right, Marta Zaragoza – (South Texas Clay Club member), Phillip Farias (RGV Food Bank), Christopher Leonard (Art Instructor and South Texas Clay Club sponsor), Neonia Zaragoza (South Texas Clay Club member)

South Texas College  instructor Christopher Leonard has presented the Rio Grande Valley Food Bank with 200 hand glazed bowls created by the South Texas Clay Club at STC.

Leonard is the faculty sponsor for the club, a student organization that works year round to hone their ceramic skills and create unique artworks. The club spends hundreds of hours throwing and glazing bowls in order to donate them to their communities.

The Clay Club Donated to the Food Bank on Sept. 15, 2017 ahead of the annual Empty Bowls Luncheon and Auction, which will take place on Tuesday Sept. 19.

The RGV Food Bank uses the bowls to raise funds at “Empty Bowls” in order to continue serving those in need.

 

http://www.foodbankrgv.com/sample-page/news-and-events/fundraisers

 

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