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Empty Bowls 2019 Racine!

Another Empty Bowls Racine is in the books! Thank you to all the volunteers! Everyone worked very hard to make 2019 another amazing success! – Rebecca Mason

Empty Bowls Racine is:

Is a hunger-fighting event for the local community.
Empty Bowls is our greatest community fundraiser to fight hunger. It is always the first Monday in March.
In conclusion, Come and enjoy next year!

🌿community 💕.

🌿locally donated tasty soup from 100s of Southeastern Wisconsin area restaurants. All prepared by our best chefs. Try as many as you wish!

🌿a beautiful (handmade with love ) bowl you get to keep …. and you get to pick from hundreds

🌿fresh bread made from our own local bread makers

🌿live music. a silent auction. and a raffle.

🌿 Above all its a Racine community driven and supported event 🙂

Media Coverage and Links:

Fox6 Coverage

Empty Bowl is a one-of-a-kind annual fundraiser. It brings the community together to enjoy the work of area artists, schools, bakeries, restaurants, entertainers and generous businesses. To raise funds that benefit the Racine County Food Bank and H.A.L.O. (Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization).

Brian Kramp – Fox6

Racine County Eye

The purpose of the empty bowl is to remind the community that there is always an empty bowl somewhere. The event allows you to choose a handmade bowl and enjoy homemade soup from local chefs. During the event each year, there is live music, a silent auction, and a raffle.

Faith Finrock – Racine County Eye

Journal Times Coverage

Since the Racine event was created in 1997, more than $250,000 has been raised in support of the Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization and the Racine County Food Bank. Local students, artists, and citizens create one-of-a-kind handmade ceramic bowls; local restaurants and organizations prepare soups and slices of bread all served by local VIPs

Pete Wicklund – Journal Times

HALO, Inc – Empty Bowls

Attorney Mason

A Frequent Question from our Clients

A frequent question from our clients (likely because our community is located on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan) is whether you can have your ashes scattered over the lake. The answer? You can! subject to some restrictions.

That said, there are many meaningful ways for your loved ones to honor you. And at the same time provide some closure. Even many we have never heard of. This article explores some of the more unconventional options.

23 Remarkable Things to Do With Ashes to Honor Your Loved One

Wind Chime Urn

Another idea not included in this article is a wind chime: https://www.mainelyurns.com/amazing-grace-memorial-wind-chi…

Question? What has your family done? Comment below to share your families ideas that others may benefit from!

The attorneys at Rebecca Mason Law specialize in Estate Planning. In-addition we ensure your rights are respected even if you can’t yourself.

Thank you. SE Wisconsin

Today marks the first day of the seventh year for Rebecca Mason Law. We want to take this milestone opportunity to say thank you. Our team is honored to provide top-quality legal representation for southeastern Wisconsin and all of our clients.

My team works through some pretty tough times side by side with clients. We draft detailed estate plans, administer probates for your loved ones, work with families who have recently lost a loved one, and help you take care of your family members through guardianship’s.

Our office right here in Racine, WI has some of the most amazing clients in the world. It is our clients, who make this the best job ever. For that, we simply want to say Thank you!

I Met with a client today and we discussed the impending death of her mom. I was reminded of how fleeting life can be. And how amazing it is that I have the opportunity to walk this difficult walk with my clients. Thank you for sharing your stories about your loved ones. Thank you for sharing your tears. And being OK with being vulnerable. Thank you for sharing a little bit of yourselves with me. Because of you, this is the best job ever.

Rebecca Mason 8/25/2017