DAVIDSON HOUSING COALITION

Souper Bowl XIV

by | Feb 22, 2018

Folks enjoying their soups last year.

Souper Bowl XIV is around the corner! Though the football season has ended, the soup season continues. Soup fans across Lake Norman are eagerly anticipating this year’s soup competition, which will take place on Saturday, March 10th.

We’re looking forward to sampling soups from Famous ToasteryFlatiron Kitchen + TaphouseMestizo Contemporary Mexican CuisineRestaurant XMandolino’s Artisan PizzaThe Pickled PeachDavidson Ice House and more. This year, in addition to our stellar soup line-up, we are excited to announce that Great Harvest Bread Co.  will provide freshly-baked bread.

Souper Bowl will be held in the Lilly Family Gallery of Chambers Building on the Davidson College campus from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM.

Workers on our latest HAMMERS repair.

We have a great program planned–attendees can participate in a silent auction, and vote for their favorite soups, while also enjoying dessert, and listening to local musicians.

All proceeds will benefit our HAMMERS program (Hands Around Mecklenburg/Mooresville Making Emergency Repairs Safely). HAMMERS is a collaborative effort of Davidson Housing Coalition and Davidson College to reduce the immediate threats to life, health and safety in homes owned and occupied by lower wealth residents of Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson. Established in 2005, HAMMERS has completed repairs on more than 145 homes.

This year’s event would not be possible without the generous support of Metrolina Greenhouses, The Wadsworth Group, Cashion’s Quik Stop, Copeland Richards, Attorneys at Law, the Cornelius and Mooresville branches of Morningstar Storage, Bentz & Associates Law Firm, and Hoke Lumber.

Questions about Souper Bowl, or purchasing tickets? Call our office at (704) 892-4486, or email our Development Coordinator, Livesey Pack, at [email protected]. Go to the Davidson Housing Coalition website to purchase tickets.

We hope you’ll join us! Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students (ages 12 & older), and $5 for children (ages 12 & under).

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