SOUPer Bowl

Messenger photos by Linda Dillman
Canal Winchester Human Services Executive Director Aletha Mullins arranges handcrafted ceramic bowls made by high school art students for the organization’s 12th annual SOUPer Bowl fundraiser held on Feb. 12. Visitors were treated to free soup and dessert. They could also acquire one of the bowls, bid on dozens of auction items, or purchase baked goods.
Courtney McKibben (left) and Krystal Schadle (right) volunteered to serve chili and vegetable soup to people visiting the Canal Winchester Human Services complex during SOUPer Bowl. Tables were filled with a variety of soups visitors could sample for free. Last year the event that raised $22,000 to help provide services to the local community.
Brenda Lucko (left) and her husband, John (right) sampled cups of soup and enjoyed dessert during Canal Winchester Human Services’ 12th annual SOUPer Bowl on Feb. 12. This was the Groveport couple’s third time attending the event.
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