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Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank’s annual Empty Bowl project begins now

MASON CITY – Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank’s annual Empty Bowl project will be held from May 7-May 18th at host and event sponsor CENT Credit Union Mason City locations during their regular business hours.

Approximately seventy empty bowls will be on display at CENT Credit Union’s downtown location on West State Street and at their Hwy 122 West location.

Bowls have been created and donated for the event by local professional artists, local individuals and students from Central Spring High School in Manly and the Clear Lake Bits & Spurs 4-H Club..

The empty bowls will be available for fifteen dollars for those that were created by local artists, the Central Spring High School students and the Clear Lake Bits & Spurs 4-H Club members. Professionally created bowls are priced at twenty five dollars.

The annual Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank Empty Bowls fundraiser focuses on providing emergency food to those for whom even just reliable meals are almost a luxury.

Proceeds from the Empty Bowl event go to the Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank, a local all volunteer non profit organization. If all seventy of the bowls are sold those dollars will enable the Mason City food bank to purchase almost 8,000 pounds of food from the Food Bank of Iowa

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