Soup-er sales

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November 18, 2016 - 12:00 AM

 

A Humanity House soup and chili fundraiser Thursday raised at least $2,800 — and counting — which will go to benefit families in need of help in paying their utility bills over the winter. At left, Iola City Council member Don Becker pays volunteers Georgia Masterson for his food. Above, volunteers Ashley Widener, left, and Beverly Johnson help prepare a delivery. Leftovers have been frozen and sell for $20 a gallon for soup or chili and $12 for frozen pies. The food is a perfect elixir for blast the of cold air that blanketed the area this weekend. “And you sure don’t want to have to cook a full meal this close to Thanksgiving,” Masterson added. Orders are available by calling (620) 363-2757 or 333-2477. REGISTER/RICHARD LUKEN

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