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Soup Bowl Luncheon draws employees

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Cathy Futral, professor, Art, and Jessica Baker, member, Art Club, present Dean Kimberly Batty-Herbert, Arts and Sciences, with her lucky win - Alice Hansen’s “Clown Fish.”

Cathy Futral, professor, Art, and Jessica Baker, member, Art Club, present Dean Kimberly Batty-Herbert, Arts and Sciences, with her lucky win - Alice Hansen’s “Clown Fish.”

During the fundraiser, students sold their self-made pottery in efforts to raise money for their winter trip to Washington, D.C.

During the fundraiser, students sold their self-made pottery in efforts to raise money for their winter trip to Washington, D.C.

On Nov. 3 and 10, the SFCC Art Club held its annual Soup Bowl Luncheon in Building B.

SFCC employees indulged in a variety of homemade soups, desserts, pottery, and art prepared by members of the Art Club and the Highlands art community. A silent auction and raffle were also held featuring prints and ceramics by local artists.
 
Each luncheon raised approximately $650, which will be used to fund an educational art trip for Art Club members to Washington, D.C., in December.
The raffle winners include Dr. Kimberley Batty-Herbert, who won Alice Hansen’s “Clown Fish;” Dr. Brian Deery, who won Cathy Futral’s “Heron;” and Charla Minson, who won Max Gooding’s “Casa .”
 
“The Soup Bowl was a lot of fun and very delicious,” said Jessica Baker, member, Art Club. “It’s a great event that the college and community look forward to, and it’s a great fundraiser. I am really excited about seeing Washington, D.C., and the art museums. Plus, I hope it snows!”
Susie Johnson, director, Financial Aid, was all smiles as she sampled the many delicious soups during the Soup Bowl Luncheon.

Susie Johnson, director, Financial Aid, was all smiles as she sampled the many delicious soups during the Soup Bowl Luncheon.

Theresa Elders, senior accountant, and Sharon Gates, accounts payable specialist, pose for a picture while enjoying their soups on Nov. 3.

Theresa Elders, senior accountant, and Sharon Gates, accounts payable specialist, pose for a picture while enjoying their soups on Nov. 3.

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