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Key Club holds secon Annual Empty Bowls
Key Club holds secon Annual Empty Bowls
Trenton Douthwaite
Wednesday, March 04, 2020

On February 14, from 4:30-7:30pm, West Liberty-Salem Key Club hosted another “Empty Bowls” fundraiser. The goal of the project is to fight world hunger with students selling a variety of soups in the high school’s cafeteria to raise money. This yearKey Club also plans on making changes to the event’s functioning. 

Last year was Key Club’s first time putting on this event. It occurred during the last half of a junior varsity basketball game. During that time, people were able to enter as they pleased and were provided a variety of soups, a roll, salad, and a drink and cookie. “Last years event was overall a success,” said Key Club Advisor Molly Smith. “We were able to make such a lasting impact on our community.”

Even though Key Club made over 800 dollars last year, they made some changes. They were able to learn from last year to improve this years event. “One thing we will improve will be the amount of food and advertising we have,” said Key Club President Cheyenne Gluckle

Just like last year, all of the money raised for the event was donated to the Caring Kitchen and the West Liberty Cares Pantry. Knowing the positive impact ,” said Key Club Vice President Bexley Harrigan                                                                                    

 

By Trenton Douthwaite