The Hoosier Hills Food Bank held the 24th Annual Soup Bowl Benefit on Sunday in the Monroe County Convention Center. 42 local restaurants, including Runcible Spoon and Upland Brewing Co., make soups to raise money for Hoosier Hills. More than 20 local potters made handmade bowls, which were for sale at the soup bowl.
“It’s usually about a couple months of preparation, but really a few intense days that come together and put it all together,” said Jake Bruner, Hoosier Hills director of development and administration. “The soup bowl is usually about a 100,000 dollars fundraiser. Overall it’s our largest fundraiser of the year.”
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Teter won by less than a second.
The 2019 Little 500 season ended with Teter Cycling winning the women's race and Cutters winning the men's race for the second year in a row.
The Cutters won the 69th running of the men’s Little 500. It was the team’s second title in a row and its 14th overall, the most in Little 500 history. Editors note: Noble Guyon, Victor Grössling and Emily Abshire have worked for the Indiana Daily Student.