If you craft a bowl and fill it with soup, people will come
and eat and help feed hungry school children in KENYA.
That formula earned Selma's version of the Empty Bowls Project
a large crowd Tuesday night. Sponsored by the Selma Art Guild
and held at Carneal ArtsRevive, local potters made the bowls,
and a lot of good cooks made the soup and cornbread. Donations go
to Integrity Worldwide's school lunch program at the
Meto, Kenya Primary School. The Selma-based charity
makes frequent trips to Kenya and focuses on developing
"these rural Maasai communities through health,
education and ministry programs."
Linking to ABC Wednesday where the letter of the week is K