Throw-A-Thon Helps Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank

The community is invited to make pottery at LSC for the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser.

Lake Superior College students and area artists are taking a hands-on approach to giving back to the community.

The 17th annual Throw-A-Thon lets the community come to the college and try their hand at throwing pottery.

The event and the pottery that’s made will help benefit the Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.

“It’s incredibly rewarding. I’ve got to say that in our current social climate, it seems that you want to help somebody else, you need to give money, but this is one of those things where you can give your art. You can give your time, you can give your energy and you can give your knowledge to other people who want to give,” said Kat Ramsland, LSC tenured professor.

The Throw-A-Thon will create between six hundred and eight hundred bowls. The event continues at the college on Saturday, December 3rd, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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