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Empty bowls set for May 10
Empty Bowls, an annual spring event at Norwich Free Academy, will take place Wednesday, May 10, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. 
At the event, the $10 cost includes a handmade bowl crafted by NFA pottery students and a delicious soup made by NFA culinary students. 
Dining is available onsite outside the Atrium beginning at 4:30. Should the weather force a move inside, tables will be set up on the second floor of the Atrium. 
Customers will also have the opportunity to purchase tickets for a basket raffle. The drawing will be at approximately 6:15 pm. 
All proceeds from the event will go to the NFA food pantry, which provides food to approximately 60 school families each week.
The $10 includes a choice of one soup, the bowl and homemade rolls. A six-pack of chocolate chip cookies with sea salt is also available for $5. 
To go orders are also available.
This year’s soup choices include cheeseburger, roasted red pepper (gluten-free and vegan), loaded baked potato, southwest chicken (gluten-free) and corn and sweet potato chowder (gluten-free and vegetarian).
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