PHOTOS: Scenes from the Empty Bowls Fundraiser at Burien Community Center


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Lucy Mendez, left, and Jeannie Rodriquez show off their fish-shaped bowls. Photo by Scott Schaefer.

Lucy Mendez, left, and Jeannie Rodriquez show off their fish-shaped bowls, which they chose not to eat out of (they used paper bowls instead). Photo by Scott Schaefer.

Burien’s annual Empty Bowls – a fundraiser for both the Highline Area and White Center Food Banks – was held at the Community Center on Friday, Jan. 25, and here are some photos taken by Michael Brunk from the dinner session (click images to see larger versions/slideshow):

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2 Responses to “PHOTOS: Scenes from the Empty Bowls Fundraiser at Burien Community Center”
  1. Vicki Hurley says:

    This is cool! It was obviously a fun event. (Good pictures, Michael Brunk, thank you for sharing.) I wish someone would write about this event and explain how it works. How do the empty bowls earn money for the food banks? Perhaps if people knew more about it, those who missed out this year will be inspired to go next year.

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  2. Carolyn says:

    EMPTY BOWLS IS ‘SOUP HERB’ FUN AND DELICIOUS
    Over 1500 donated bowls handmade by local potters and pottery students from Moshier Art Center.The varieties of donated soups were fabulously delicious. Cookies, coffee, and good company.100% win, win, win for our local food banks and volunteers. Who could think of a better way to spend lunch or supper time? BRAVO EVERYONE.

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