Art + Design Students “Scoop Up” for CharityMay 2 - Students Serve Up Ice Cream for Charity

Art + Design students in Professor Andrew Snyder’s ceramics class will be getting their “scoop on” Thursday, May 2, when they take to the Quad from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. to scoop ice cream for charity.

They’ll be serving up delicious ice cream in hand-crafted bowls that were created by the class. The gorgeous, one-of-a-kind bowls were made on a pottery wheel, hand painted, and fired in a kiln.

Bowls including ice cream are $25, with all proceeds benefitting Safe Harbor of Chester County, a local non-profit that provides housing, food, and access to support services for homeless single men and women in Chester County.

Snyder says, “We thought ice cream in handmade bowls was a win-win for a charity event. Since some of my students already sell their bowls for $25, adding ice cream as a treat was the ‘cherry on top’, so to speak. Safe Harbor is a local organization so vital to our community. I hope this event becomes an annual tradition.”

Ice cream flavors to be served include chocolate, vanilla and sherbet.


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