Whitfield Ceramists Support Operation Food Search Empty Bowls Event
Posted 11/16/2017 11:19AM

Whitfield ceramists created a number of bowls and ceramic pieces to donate to this year's Operation Food Search Empty Bowls event. Now in its 19th year, the Empty Bowls event recognizes National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week. Whitfield faculty member Luke Cano and his students have participated in the event every year since its inception. Mr. Cano and Sarah Cordeal, parent of Henry Cordeal '06 and Whitfield substitute teacher, also created pieces for this year's event.

Location: Plaza Frontenac Center Court
When: Friday, 11/17, 10AM-7PM; Saturday, 11/18 10AM-5PM

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