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Guilford Art Center Holds Soup for Good to Go Fundraiser

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Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier

(Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier)

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The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars.  Connie Dickinson selects a bag for her soup, Volunteers, Ellen Cordes and Amy Peters standby to help.

Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier

The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars. Connie Dickinson selects a bag for her soup, Volunteers, Ellen Cordes and Amy Peters standby to help. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier)

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The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars.  Dee and Bob Jacob look over the colorful cloth bags to choose from to carry their meal. Amy Peters and and Mark Michna standby to help. 

Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier

The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars. Dee and Bob Jacob look over the colorful cloth bags to choose from to carry their meal. Amy Peters and and Mark Michna standby to help. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier)

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The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars.   Bob Jacob held his soups and Dee Jacob looked over the wine options, with Luke Ste. Marie on standby to help. 

Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier

The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars. Bob Jacob held his soups and Dee Jacob looked over the wine options, with Luke Ste. Marie on standby to help. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier)

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The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars.  Ryan Michna handed Bob Jacob his soup. Dee Jacob looked over the options, with Luke Ste. Marie on standby. 

Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier

The Guilford Art Center held a Soup for Good to Go to benefit the Guilford Art Center and the Community Dining Room, with a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, and a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag which they could select all for thirty dollars. Ryan Michna handed Bob Jacob his soup. Dee Jacob looked over the options, with Luke Ste. Marie on standby. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier)

The Guilford Art Center held Soup for Good to Go on Dec. 6, which offered a choice of three homemade soups, bread, a small bottle of wine, a sweet treat, and a reusable cloth bag of choice. Proceeds benefit the Guilford Art Center and Community Dining Room in Branford. Here, volunteers Lisa Ste. Marie, Ryan Michna, and Luke Ste. Marie wait to help Connie Dickerson as she makes her soup choice.





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