This archived article was written by: Beth Liddell
Bread ‘n’ Soup night kicked off to their best start ever on Nov. 5. Three nights total: Nov 5, 12, 19 were set aside in order to help raise money for the Carbon County Food Bank. This go around, an estimated $3,000 was raised to help local families during the holiday season. There were 20 percent more participants than any previous year. All three of the nights were accompanied with hot food, live music and good company.
Nate Manley, Lindly Fernandez, Jordan Sanders, Elise DeBry, Katie Clarke and Emma Rowley were some of the featured musicians. The USU Eastern dining services offered a variety of different soups and rolls that were made to please. Also throughout the evenings, the Sun Center headed a
bake sale to raise money for the upcoming Breakaway Trip planned for March 2013.
Thanks to the basketball team for their willingness to set up and take down. Also thank you to the baseball team also aided in the cleanup process and their help was much appreciated. Those in charge of this event would like to give a special thanks to all of the administration, athletes, faculty, leadership groups and staff that helped make this night a success.
The SUN Center would like to give a special shout out to the community for all of their support and participation. “I have a firm belief that this event will help bring joy to those who are less fortunate during this holiday season and through this next year,” states Shanna Frame: Sun Center president. With a light and exciting atmosphere, all those who attended enjoyed themselves thoroughly.