Get your tickets now for the Coalition’s 3rd Annual Empty Bowls Community Luncheon, happening Wednesday, September 24, 2014. Join us anytime from 11:30 to 2:00 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Parish Hall in Arroyo Grande. We’ll have to-go bowls too for those who need to come and go! Ticket sales are brisk, so please purchase in advance if you can. A limited number will be available on site.
Purchase your tickets below (small handling fee charged), You may also order tickets by phone or email, and we’ll have them at “will call” for you. Call (805) 710-4330, or or email Liz Howland. If you can’t make it to the lunch, you can still help by filing our bowl of hope.
We’d especially like to thank the following for their generous sponsorship of the event:
Allan Real Estate Investments, Altrusa International of Cinco Ciudades, Brad’s Restaurant, Five Cities CPAs, Bernie and Lennette Horton, Jeff Johnson CFP, CHFC, CLU, Lenny Jones Real Estate Broker, Keller-Williams Realty, Kiwanis Club of AG Valley, Phillips 66 Santa Maria Refinery, Pismo Beach Veterinary Clinic, SLO County Board of Supervisors
Bill Senna Insurance Services, Anita Shower, South County Youth Coalition, Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., Sure Mortgage Solutions, The Temple of the People. In-Kind sponsors include St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, SLOCO Data, Phase 1 Mobile DJ, Anam-Cré Studio.We would also like to recognize the San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation for their belief in our cause and long-standing support to make our vision a reality.
We’re still finalizing our restaurant list of soups for this year. Here’s a list of what’s coming so far!
CJ’s Café – Italian Wedding Soup, Coco’s Restaurant – Chicken with Rice, DePalo and Sons – Minestrone, F. McLintocks – Chili, Fins, Jaffa Café – Red Lentil, Oceano Elks – Chicken Corn Chowder, Penny’s All American Café – Chicken Tortilla, Rooster Creek Tavern – Tortilla, Rosa’s Ristorante Italiano – Minestrone, Splash Café – Clam Chowder, Spyglass Inn – Clam Chowder, Chef Michael Stuart- Beef Vegetable. House of Bread once again is generously donating all bread for the event. Additionally over 30 local artists, and more than 50 students, are donating ceramic bowls to the event.
Here’s some pic’s from last year, thanks to Vivian Krug!