In an effort to raise money for the San Diego Food Bank, middle school art students from R. Roger Rowe School held their 3rd Annual Empty Bowl Dinner in late April. The students created ceramic bowls to represent those less fortunate who often go without a good meal. At the event, attendees were able to purchase a bowl and enjoy a soup dinner and dessert for $25. Art teacher Dana Dabney said, “With more than 462,000 people in San Diego living under the poverty line, and many going hungry every night, this was a wonderful way to help show our students how their art can be used for the positive change that they want to see in the world.”