Local Groups Paint for Empty Bowl To Go 2.0

Cape Ann Community

Manchester Memorial fourth grade student Miles Harrison helps preschool student Quinn Reishtein paint a bowl. (Photo Courtesy of Claudette Yutkins)  

MANCHESTER– Preschool and fourth grade students at Manchester Memorial Elementary School recently teamed up to put their creative talents to use, and painted bowls for The Open Door Empty Bowl To Go 2.0 fundraiser.

The annual fundraiser will be held as a drive-thru for the second time this year due to the pandemic.

“There’s a special sense of community that comes from joining together and using your creativity to help someone else,” President and CEO Julie LaFontaine said. “The bowls serve as a reminder that somewhere, someone’s bowl is empty, but with a paintbrush, a little imagination, and a desire to help, you can support a fundraiser that puts fresh, healthy food in the hands of your neighbors.”

In 2021, The Open Door provided 1.83 million pounds of…

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