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Buy a Hot Meal, Get Handmade Pottery and Benefit Local Kids Fighting Cancer

Posted on March 1, 2010 in: @Gonzaga, Academics, Alumni, Events, Faculty & Staff, Service, Students
This is the third year Jenny’s Café and Gonzaga’s ceramics department have collaborated for this benefit. All of the bowls are donated by Gonzaga students, faculty, and GU volunteers from the Spokane community known as Friends-in-Service. Logo: Candlelighters of the Inland Northwest.

This is the third year Jenny’s Café and Gonzaga’s ceramics department have collaborated for this benefit. All of the bowls are donated by Gonzaga students, faculty, and GU volunteers from the Spokane community known as Friends-in-Service. Logo: Candlelighters of the Inland Northwest.

Gonzaga University art Professor Terry Gieber and Gonzaga ceramics students are partnering again with Jenny’s Café in the Spokane Valley to offer the public a hot meal that will benefit Candlelighters of the Inland Northwest, and patrons get to keep their bowls, which are handcrafted by Gonzaga ceramics students.

One-hundred percent of the proceeds benefit children with cancer and their families through Candlelighters. Patrons can enjoy a hot bowl of chili or minestrone soup at Jenny’s Café – located at 9425 E. Sprague Avenue in the Spokane Valley – from 5-7:30 p.m., Monday, March 8. Patrons then get to keep the bowls when they’re finished and all of the $15 cost benefits the Candlelighters.

This is the third year Jenny’s Café and Gonzaga’s ceramics department have collaborated for this benefit. All of the bowls are donated by Gonzaga students, faculty, and GU volunteers from the Spokane community known as Friends-in-Service.

For more information call (509) 928-8055.

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