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Throw Down for charity

Karen Manley

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On Tuesday, November 28, National Art Honor Society held its annual Pottery Throw Down. The purpose of this event is to create bowls to donate to the Food Bank, who then holds a gala to raise money for people in need.

“It went great overall, we made a lot of bowls and we had good attendance and everybody seemed to be having a ton of fun… We made around 109 bowls,” said NAHS Vice President Brady Geraghty whose role was to plan and run the event

“This project is a great way for people to try out pottery and making things with clay and a great opportunity to help people in need.”

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