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Ridgeland art class creates Empty Bowls fundraiser for Rossville Middle families

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Ridgeland student Lyric Lewis Ridgeland student Lyric Lewis
Ridgeland teacher Erika Couey and student Lyric Lewis Ridgeland teacher Erika Couey and student Lyric Lewis
ROSSVILLE, GA (WRCB) -

Rossville Middle School is hosting an Empty Bowls charity event on October 27 to raise money to provide holiday break food boxes for several RMS families in need.  Teacher Kelli Campbell is spearheading the initiative. Art teacher Erika Couey and her students are making ceramic bowls for the event. Senior student Lyric Lewis has taken on the bowl making venture as her senior project. The class is working closely to design and create 150 hand built ceramic bowls.

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If you have not purchased your ticket for the dinner, please contact Kelli Campbell at kellicampbell@walkerschools.org or mail your check payable to RMS to

Rossville Middle School
316 Bulldog Trail
Rossville, GA 30741

Make sure you write "Empty Bowls" in the memo line.

$20 for dinner and bowl
$5 fo dinner only

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