Soup, song, bread and pottery

September 2022 Posted in Community, Events & Holidays, Food & Drink

There will be something for the body and something for the soul when the community gathers to Share the Harvest Sunday, Oct. 23. 

More than just a soup-and-bread dinner that benefits local youth, the event includes live music and a silent auction featuring hand-turned pottery. 

Immanuel Lutheran Church is the setting,  303 N. Church St., Silverton. Its great hall will be open 5 to 7 p.m. to any community member seeking a warm dinner, entertainment, and the opportunity to acquire one-of-a-kind artisan pieces while helping a good cause.

Suggested dinner donation is $5 for an individual or $15 for a family. 

The funds raised will benefit Ark (At Risk Kids) which gets supplies to school-aged children who are struggling; ASAP, the Silverton-based After School Activities Program offering tutoring, mentoring, games and healthy snacks to middle school students; and SUMC/SACA, the Silverton United Methodist Church and Silverton Area Community Aid Snack Sacks for younsters.

If you can’t make dinner but would like to make a donation email [email protected] or call 971-301-4434.

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