From my Inbox to you, courtesy of Roanoke Rescue Mission:
Roanoke, VA – Q99 FM has again joined Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore and SunTrust Bank to sponsor the 3rd annual Souper Bowl at the Taubman Museum of Art in downtown Roanoke on Sunday, January 22rd from 12:00 – 3:00 pm.
- Tickets are now on sale, beginning Thursday, January 5th 2012
- Tickets will be available for purchase by emailing email@example.com or by going to the Q99 studios at 3934 Electric Road Roanoke, VA 24018
- They are $25 in advance and $30 the day of the event, if available
- Children 12 & under get in for free with a paying adult
- Accepting Cash and Check ONLY! There is no ticket limit
Each paying guest will receive a handmade bowl created by pottery artists from the Blue Ridge Potters Guild, 16 Hands, and The Rescue Mission Art Studio. Twenty area restaurants will offer their best soup for the public to sample. In addition, there will be free admission to the art galleries at the Taubman during the event.
A snow date is scheduled for Sunday, January 29 in case of inclement weather. Time of event is the same.
Both the Rescue Mission and Roanoke Area Ministries will benefit equally from the proceeds of the event.
Serving over 36 years, Roanoke Area Ministries (RAM House), located at 824 Campbell Ave SW Roanoke, 24016, is an ecumenical, urban ministry that serves the Roanoke Valley by providing safe day shelter for the homeless, a nutritious lunch, and emergency financial aid to those in need. For more information, call 540-345-8850 or visit www.roanokeareaministries.org.
Since 1948, The Rescue Mission, located at 402 4th St SW Roanoke, 24013, has continued a tradition of comprehensive care to those in crisis. The Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered, grassroots organization offering programs to help people physically, psychologically, socially and spiritually. The homeless, the hungry, the sick, the addicted, the abused and the hopeless have all found a warm welcome at the Rescue Mission. In times like these, aren’t you glad there is a Rescue Mission? For more information, call 540-343-7227 or visit www.rescuemission.net.