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“We’re raising money, as a group, to add to these children’s life expectancies and quality of life,” she said.
SOUPER BOWL: The Holliston Pantry Shelf is hosting its seventh annual Souper Bowl on Feb. 2 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Upper Town Hall, 703 Washington St. in Holliston. Proceeds benefit the general operating fund of the volunteer-run pantry, which provides food free of charge to Holliston residents in need.
The event features all-you-can-eat gourmet soup, fresh bread, desserts, and beverages. Six soups are being prepared and donated by Bazel’s Pizza & Sub Shop, Bertucci’s Italian Restaurant, Casey’s Crossing, Holliston Superette, Pejamajo Cafe, and Whole Foods Market in Bellingham.
Those who purchase an adult or senior ticket also get a keepsake ceramic soup mug.
Tickets cost $15 for ages 12 and over, or $8 for seniors and ages 6 to 11. Ages 5 and under are free.
Tickets are available at Coffee Haven, Fiske’s General Store, and Holliston Superette. For more information, visit hollistonpantryshelf.org .
NEW ON BOARD: Carole Prest (inset) of Groton was recently elected to the board of directors at Indian Hill Music of Littleton. Prest, who provides strategy consulting services to nonprofit organizations, will serve a three-year term. She is also vice chair of the board of the Children’s Advocacy Center in Boston.
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