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Habitat for Humanity lunch raises funds

With 13 distinctive soups available, Deb and Tom Wodash try to decide where to begin at the 4th annual Souper Bowl lunch for West Central Habitat for Humanity Friday at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. Soups included Taco Soup (LuLu Bean's),...

4th annual Souper Bowl
With 13 distinctive soups available, Deb and Tom Wodash try to decide where to begin at the 4th annual Souper Bowl lunch for West Central Habitat for Humanity Friday at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. Soups included Taco Soup (LuLu Bean’s), Zuppa Toscana (Middle Fork Cafe), Garlic Parmesan Bisque (Cornerstone Coffee) and Roasted Red Pepper (Spicer Castle). (RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE)

With 13 distinctive soups available, Deb and Tom Wodash try to decide where to begin at the 4th annual Souper Bowl lunch for West Central Habitat for Humanity Friday at First Presbyterian Church in Willmar. Soups included Taco Soup (LuLu Bean’s), Zuppa Toscana (Middle Fork Cafe), Garlic Parmesan Bisque (Cornerstone Coffee) and Roasted Red Pepper (Spicer Castle).

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