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Bowls for Hunger in ProJo!

Bowls_1_KB (1)10.9.2014: Ceramic artist Ellen Blomgren from Mudstone Studios in Warren, shows the third-graders how to use clay to shape their bowls. Colt Andrews Elementary School students in Bristol are making Bowls for Hunger under the direction of art teacher Lynne Ramos and Ellen Blomgren. The final products will be sold for $5 a bowl and proceeds will be donated to The East Bay Food Pantry. This is being made possible by a grant from the Bristol Warren Education Fund which Lynne Ramos applied for. One bowl can buy 50 pounds of food from The Rhode Island Food Bank.

The sale will be November 10 from 4-7:30pm.

The Providence Journal/Kathy Borchers

: Ceramic artist Ellen Blomgren from Mudstone Studios in Warren, shows the third-graders how to use clay to shape their bowls. Colt Andrews Elementary School students in Bristol are making Bowls for Hunger under the direction of art teacher Lynne Ramos and Ellen Blomgren. The final products will be sold for $5 a bowl and proceeds will be donated to The East Bay Food Pantry. This is being made possible by a grant from the Bristol Warren Education Fund which Lynne Ramos applied for. One bowl can buy 50 pounds of food from The Rhode Island Food Bank. The sale will be November 10 from 4-7:30pm. The Providence Journal/Kathy B: Ceramic artist Ellen Blomgren from Mudstone Studios in Warren, shows the third-graders how to use clay to shape their10.9.2014: Ceramic artist Ellen Blomgren from Mudstone Studios in Warren, shows the third-graders how to use clay to shape their bowls. Colt Andrews Elementary School students in Bristol are making Bowls for Hunger under the direction of art teacher Lynne Ramos and Ellen Blomgren. The final products will be sold for $5 a bowl and proceeds will be donated to The East Bay Food Pantry. This is being made possible by a grant from the Bristol Warren Education Fund which Lynne Ramos applied for. One bowl can buy 50 pounds of food from The Rhode Island Food Bank. The sale will be November 10 from 4-7:30pm. The Providence Journal/Kathy Borchers. Colt Andrews Elementary School students in Bristol are making Bowls for Hunger under the direction of art teacher Lynne Ramos and Ellen Blomgren. The final products will be sold for $5 a bowl and proceeds will be donated to The East Bay Food Pantry. This is being made possible by a grant from the Bristol Warren Education Fund which Lynne Ramos applied for. One bowl can buy 50 pounds of food from The Rhode Island Food Bank. The sale will be November 10 from 4-7:30pm. The Providence Journal/Kathy Borchers