Filling bowls for Haitian Health at St. Bernard School

Students at St. Bernard School in Uncasville look over the selection of bowls for their lunch Thursday as part of the school's second Empty Bowls fundraiser. Students and staff at the school created about 100 ceramic bowls in the school's pottery studio, which could be purchased for $5 each and then filled with soup at lunch, with proceeds benefiting the Haitian Health Foundation. Last year the school, through a variety of fundraising efforts, including the inaugural Empty Bowls effort as well as weekly collection of spare change on Fridays, raised more than $3,200 for the charity.
Students at St. Bernard School in Uncasville look over the selection of bowls for their lunch Thursday as part of the school's second Empty Bowls fundraiser. Students and staff at the school created about 100 ceramic bowls in the school's pottery studio, which could be purchased for $5 each and then filled with soup at lunch, with proceeds benefiting the Haitian Health Foundation. Last year the school, through a variety of fundraising efforts, including the inaugural Empty Bowls effort as well as weekly collection of spare change on Fridays, raised more than $3,200 for the charity. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

Students at St. Bernard School in Uncasville look over the selection of bowls for their lunch Thursday as part of the school's second Empty Bowls fundraiser. Students and staff at the school created about 100 ceramic bowls in the school's pottery studio, which could be purchased for $5 each and then filled with soup at lunch, with proceeds benefiting the Haitian Health Foundation. Last year the school, through a variety of fundraising efforts, including the inaugural Empty Bowls effort as well as weekly collection of spare change on Fridays, raised more than $3,200 for the charity.

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