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"Moving a clay oven for Empty Bowls event"
Neighbors and friends helped Michael Ziomko move a 700+ pound clay oven created by him and others. Bricks line the inside bottom. Getting this from his backyard to the park building was more difficult than it looked, yet the teamwork was tremendous. I had to leave before they got it into the truck. Shari Albers called to tell me they were successful and no one was injured. It will be used for the first time to make bread for Empty Bowls on Friday, November 5, 2010, at the Powderhorn Park Building, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. From a website about Empty Bowls: "Come together with your friends and neighbors to end hunger in our neighborhood! Pick out a handmade bowl, make a free-will donation, enjoy homemade soup and leave with your bowl — now empty — a reminder that there are bowls that need filling in our neighborhood… and that you’ve done something to help fill them! The proceeds will benefit the food shelf at the Division of Indian Work, our neighbor at 10th Avenue and Lake Street, Sisters Camelot, and the Powderhorn Park kitchen upgrade." No one will be turned away.
Gayla EllisPowderhorn Empty Bowlsclay ovenMichael Ziomkofor making bread on November 52010at the Powderhorn Park Buildingbowlssoupbenefitfood shelf at the Division of Indian WorkSisters CamelotPowderhorn Park kitchen upgrade