Davies High School Junior puts together her own Empty Bowls Charity Event

This Empty Bowls Event will be one of the first in Fargo-Moorhead at the Armory Event

Fargo-Moorhead Empty Bowls Event Flyer
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FARGO Fargo Moorhead Empty Bowls is a national movement that began in 1990. It raises money for charities that help fight hunger issues.

At each event, handmade ceramic bowls are donated by local artists.

To enter, she is charging $20 and $10 for students.

Everyone who buys a bowl at this event will get to enjoy soup, bread, and treats from Pounds in Fargo.

They will also get to see how all the bowls are made differently.


The event will run Sunday, Feb. 26, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Armory Event Center. All the proceeds will go to the Dorothy Day House.

Davies High School junior Jordan McLagan hope this years event goes as well as last year.

"This was a great experience, so I really love for people to come. I hope for it to be a successful event and raise enough money so that we have the opportunity to do it again. I also hope for our donors and artist to come back, as well," said McLagan.

My name is Anne Sara, better known as Sara.
I was born an only child in Port-au-prince, Haiti and moved to the U.S at the age of 2.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is where I was raised.
After graduating with my bachelor degree at Albright College, I moved to Florida to continue my studies.
WDAY is the reason why I moved to North Dakota.
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