Women’s Resource Center hosts Soup Bowl event

The Tillamook County Women’s Resource Center (WRC) will hold the 10th Annual Tillamook Soup Bowl event beginning at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 14 at the Old Mill Marina in Garibaldi. Join the event featuring 150 unique soup bowls created especially for this event by Northwest potters along with an extensive variety of soups, artisan bread and desserts donated by local area individuals and restaurants.

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The first 150 people to purchase $40 dinner tickets will receive a bowl of their choice to use and keep as a memento of this community collaboration. Tickets for the all-you-can-eat dinner without a bowl for $15 are SOLD OUT. Remaining tickets will sell out quickly, so please contact the Wild Flower Thrift Store or the Women’s Resource Center office in Tillamook at 503-842-9486 to purchase tickets to the event.

 

After selecting a one-of-a-kind bowl, participants can tempt their taste buds by choosing from an array of soups and desserts. As in past years, the evening will be casual and fun featuring musical entertainment by Craig Stokke. Proceeds from the Soup Bowl support the many community programs and services offered by the TCWRC including: advocacy, education, outreach, emergency and support services, job training, and shelter.

 

Thank you to our 2016 Soup Bowl Major sponsors: Grateful Bread, Computer Support & Services, Bay City Arts Center, Clatsop Community College, Richard Rowland & Northwest Potters, Twin Rocks Motel, KTIL Family of Radio Stations, Hampton Lumber, Pacific Restaurant, Old Mill Marina, TLC Fibre Federal Credit Union, Headlight Herald, Carol Brown & Joe Ockenfels, Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, and Clatsop Distributing Company.

 

The Tillamook County Women’s Resource Center is a non-profit organization made up of committed individuals from all walks of life, both paid staff and volunteers. We are all working together to eliminate domestic and sexual violence in our community. For more information on the services offered through the Resource Center call our main office at 503-842-9486.









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