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USU-CEU Bread & Soup Nights to begin Nov. 1 on campus


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USU-College of Eastern Utah's 12th annual Bread 'N Soup Night to benefit the Carbon County Food Bank will begin Monday, Nov.1 and continue consecutive Mondays until Thanksgiving (Nov. 1, 8, 15 and 22). CEU student Amanda Van Wagoner, a native of Mapleton, and SUN Center student in charge of the event, notes that "everyone has been working hard to make all the arrangements. It should be another classic year for Bread 'N Soup at the college."

Eastern Utah's Dining Service staff, under the direction of Becky Archibald, volunteers its time each Monday to create three delicious soups, including one vegetarian offering, with rolls and butter. Van Wagoner notes that attendees should look forward to some of their favorites like chicken noodle and cream of potato on the menu again this year.

All are welcome to attend between 5:00 and 6:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. Prices are $6.00 for adults, $5.00 for students 18 and over, and $4.00 for students under 18. Children 5 and under are admitted free. For the price of admission, each person will receive two tickets, each good toward one bowl of soup.

Last year, USU-CEU's Bread 'N Soup Night donated a record high $3,000 to the Carbon County Food Bank, making a total over its 11 years to more than $23,000.

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