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Erica Dischino / Tribune Volunteer Laura Rieckman fills a cup of soup Friday at the Souper Bowl at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. Thirteen vendors donated food or drinks for the event that raised money for Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota. 1 / 7
Erica Dischino / Tribune Volunteers take a break Friday from making takeout delivery packages of soup in the kitchen at the Souper Bowl event at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. Those who did not attend the event could order soup deliveries to downtown Willmar, some of which taken to the Rice Memorial Hospital emergency room. 2 / 7
Erica Dischino / Tribune Community members stop to eat some hot soup and fresh bread Friday at the sixth annual Souper Bowl at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar.3 / 7
Erica Dischino / Tribune Volunteer Rita Dincau, right, gives soup to an attendee Friday at the Souper Bowl at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. 4 / 7
Erica Dischino / Tribune Volunteers Tisha Ellinger, left, and Laura Rieckman fill to-go cups with soup Friday from the Souper Bowl at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. All proceeds from the tickets and ceramic bowls sold at the event benefit Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota. 5 / 7
Erica Dischino / Tribune Artisan bread for the Souper Bowl on Friday at First Presbyterian Church was made by C&S Gardens. Thirteen vendors donated food or drinks for the event that raised money for Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota. 6 / 7
Erica Dischino / Tribune A volunteer hands out soup Friday for the Souper Bowl at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. All proceeds from the tickets and ceramic bowls sold at the event benefit Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota. 7 / 7

WILLMAR — Community members stopped by First Presbyterian Church to eat some hot soup and fresh bread Friday at the sixth annual Souper Bowl in Willmar. All proceeds from the admission tickets and ceramic bowls, which were made by Willmar Senior High students, sold at the event went to Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota. Thirteen vendors donated food or drinks.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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