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Monday, August 20, 2018
Souper Bowl IX attracted some 500 ticket holders to the Musikfest Cafe Jan. 27 to sample 29 soups from 19 local restaurants during a three-hour culinary event. Anita Zawada of Kempton samples soup from Emeril’s Fish House at the Bethlehem Sands Casino. “It’s so good,” said the first-timer, who was tasting Lump Crab and Sweet Corn Chowder. Souper Bowl IX attracted some 500 ticket holders to the Musikfest Cafe Jan. 27 to sample 29 soups from 19 local restaurants during a three-hour culinary event. Anita Zawada of Kempton samples soup from Emeril’s Fish House at the Bethlehem Sands Casino. “It’s so good,” said the first-timer, who was tasting Lump Crab and Sweet Corn Chowder.
Musikfest volunteer Jayne Snyder of Schnecksville prepares a tray of sample soup cups to be distributed to the crowd. “I volunteer every year for the Souper Bowl,” Snyder said. The annual ArtsQuest fundraiser netted more than $20,000 for its Arts Education Fund. Musikfest volunteer Jayne Snyder of Schnecksville prepares a tray of sample soup cups to be distributed to the crowd. “I volunteer every year for the Souper Bowl,” Snyder said. The annual ArtsQuest fundraiser netted more than $20,000 for its Arts Education Fund.

Souper fundraiser

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 by The Press in Local News