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  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

Shannon Lamy, left, and her mother, Shirley, sample tomato basil bisque, one of several offerings at last Saturday's second Annual Empty Bowls…

  • PHOTOS BY RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Artist April Newman explains some of the workmanship and glazes on the bowls to friend Tim Collins. A member of the Society of Arizona Clay Ar…

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

Those attending the event at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center, 1288 W. River Road, could choose their own hand-made ceramic bowl, included w…

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

Hundreds were able to sample soups, breads and desserts from about 20 vendors at the Empty Bowls fundraiser.

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

Pots of soup were set up around the perimeter of the room. The benefit helps Interfaith Community Services, which provides food, monetary aid …

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

More than 70 volunteers worked in shifts to serve food, clear tables, wash dishes, warm soup, sell raffle tickets and organize the event.

  • Ron Medvescek Arizona Daily Star
  • RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 2012

For $15 you can pick out a handmade ceramic bowl and get all kinds of tasty edibles. Your money will go to the Interfaith Community Services F…

  • Loni Nannini Special To The Arizona Daily Star

It's not often that for just $15 you can sample a nearly unlimited amount of soup and accompaniments from several notable Tucson restaurants, …

  • PHOTOS BY RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Jane Sterritt, left, watches as her mother, Annie Huggins, applies a pattern to clay that will eventually become a bowl for the 2013 Empty Bow…

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

About 50 people gathered at Resurrection Lutheran Church on North First Avenue last Saturday for the "bowl-a-thon." The goal is to make 1,000 bowls.

  • PHOTOS BY RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Barbara Mulleneaux demonstrates the bowl-making process. At the March 16 Empty Bowls fundraiser to fight hunger, people will pay for a lunch o…

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

Peggy Valley, left in photo at right, sprays oil onto a bowl held by Annette Dixon that will be a form used to shape their clay.

  • Ron Medvescek/Arizona Daily Star

Maria Ho-Fung, left, adds a base on her overturned bowl. Those making bowls ranged from professionals to novices.

  • Ron Medvescek Arizona Daily Star