Photo by Megan Pacer/Peninsula Clarion Linda Swarner, executive director of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, organizes bowls donated for the annual Soup Supper and Auction on Wednesday afternoon at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank in Soldtona. The Soup Supper and Auction is a fundraiser for the food bank that draws around 400 participants each year and sends ticket holder home with hand-crafted bowls. Tickets for the fundraiser will rise from $40 to $50 after August 1.

Photo by Megan Pacer/Peninsula Clarion Linda Swarner, executive director of the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank, organizes bowls donated for the annual Soup Supper and Auction on Wednesday afternoon at the Kenai Peninsula Food Bank in Soldtona. The Soup Supper and Auction is a fundraiser for the food bank that draws around 400 participants each year and sends ticket holder home with hand-crafted bowls. Tickets for the fundraiser will rise from $40 to $50 after August 1.

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