Chilly outside, chili inside


A good crowd gathered Friday at the Robert Moyer Community Room in the Wilmington Municipal Building for the 16th Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Attendees dined on five types of soups and chili plus desserts and drinks. Donations directly benefit the shelter. Bev Mayo, left foreground, dips up bean soup to Evan Kemp, right foreground, who is a TimberTech employee.

A good crowd gathered Friday at the Robert Moyer Community Room in the Wilmington Municipal Building for the 16th Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Attendees dined on five types of soups and chili plus desserts and drinks. Donations directly benefit the shelter. Bev Mayo, left foreground, dips up bean soup to Evan Kemp, right foreground, who is a TimberTech employee.


A good crowd gathered Friday at the Robert Moyer Community Room in the Wilmington Municipal Building for the 16th Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Attendees dined on five types of soups and chili plus desserts and drinks. Donations directly benefit the shelter. Bev Mayo, left foreground, dips up bean soup to Evan Kemp, right foreground, who is a TimberTech employee.

A good crowd gathered Friday at the Robert Moyer Community Room in the Wilmington Municipal Building for the 16th Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Attendees dined on five types of soups and chili plus desserts and drinks. Donations directly benefit the shelter. Bev Mayo, left foreground, dips up bean soup to Evan Kemp, right foreground, who is a TimberTech employee.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/11/web1_soup_f.jpgA good crowd gathered Friday at the Robert Moyer Community Room in the Wilmington Municipal Building for the 16th Annual Soup & Chili Luncheon to benefit the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Attendees dined on five types of soups and chili plus desserts and drinks. Donations directly benefit the shelter. Bev Mayo, left foreground, dips up bean soup to Evan Kemp, right foreground, who is a TimberTech employee.