Soup’s on!


A soup-and-chili fundraiser to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter was held lunchtime Friday in the Wilmington Municipal Building. In addition to donations for the meals, funds were raised through raffles in which winners received gift baskets filled with items donated by businesses. In the photo, East Clinton Schools’ Magnified Giving members stir and dip soup. Serving soup from left are Noah Pattan, Owen Beatty and Aaron Hughes. Members of the East Clinton Key Club also helped out at the benefit.

A soup-and-chili fundraiser to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter was held lunchtime Friday in the Wilmington Municipal Building. In addition to donations for the meals, funds were raised through raffles in which winners received gift baskets filled with items donated by businesses. In the photo, East Clinton Schools’ Magnified Giving members stir and dip soup. Serving soup from left are Noah Pattan, Owen Beatty and Aaron Hughes. Members of the East Clinton Key Club also helped out at the benefit.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A soup-and-chili fundraiser to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter was held lunchtime Friday in the Wilmington Municipal Building. In addition to donations for the meals, funds were raised through raffles in which winners received gift baskets filled with items donated by businesses. In the photo, East Clinton Schools’ Magnified Giving members stir and dip soup. Serving soup from left are Noah Pattan, Owen Beatty and Aaron Hughes. Members of the East Clinton Key Club also helped out at the benefit.

A soup-and-chili fundraiser to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter was held lunchtime Friday in the Wilmington Municipal Building. In addition to donations for the meals, funds were raised through raffles in which winners received gift baskets filled with items donated by businesses. In the photo, East Clinton Schools’ Magnified Giving members stir and dip soup. Serving soup from left are Noah Pattan, Owen Beatty and Aaron Hughes. Members of the East Clinton Key Club also helped out at the benefit.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_ladle_p.jpgA soup-and-chili fundraiser to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter was held lunchtime Friday in the Wilmington Municipal Building. In addition to donations for the meals, funds were raised through raffles in which winners received gift baskets filled with items donated by businesses. In the photo, East Clinton Schools’ Magnified Giving members stir and dip soup. Serving soup from left are Noah Pattan, Owen Beatty and Aaron Hughes. Members of the East Clinton Key Club also helped out at the benefit. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal