By: Marc Ransford—
Muncie, IN—Hundreds of handmade ceramic bowls filled with chili will be on sale Tuesday at Ball State University with the proceeds going to the Muncie Mission, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the Soup Kitchen of Muncie.
Presented in conjunction with Ball State Dining, the university’s Clay Guild’s 12th annual Chili Bowl is set from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Feb. 27, at the Art and Journalism Building, Studio Room (across from the Ball State Bookstore).
For just $10 (plus tax), pick out a handmade ceramic bowl made by art students and enjoy the chili of your choice, a toppings bar, and a beverage.
- White Chicken (contains gluten)
- Black Bean (vegan)
Since the start of the Chili Bowl, about $30,000 has been raised for local organizations by selling about 5,000 meals. The bowls are created by Ball State students studying ceramics. Ball State’s undergraduate specialty in ceramics offers a broad education in the ceramic arts.
For more information, contact Suzanne Clem, marketing coordinator for Ball State Dining, at 765-285-9043 or email@example.com.