CCHH "A Culinary Experience" Fund Raiser!
(Formerly the Souper Bowl.
Watch for updates)
April 14, 2018
9:00 to 2:00 p.m.
At the Norwich Family YMCA
68-70 North Broad Street
in the lobby
(across from Howard Johnsons),
in Norwich, NY
"Sip Some Soup - Help a Household!
The CCHH "MINI" SOUPER BOWL is no ordinary soup sale; this is a culinary experience!
- Buy Soups!
CCHH is offering a scaled-down, mini version of the Souper Bowl on Saturday, April 14, in the lobby of the Norwich Family YMCA beginning at 9:00 a.m. until sold out.
- Read more about this event and the people behind it on the "In the News" page.
- Raffles - tickets just a dollar - and you don't have to be present to win. (This is optional participation.) It will
take place with many fabulous gift certificates, and some gift
baskets, donated by merchants and some private individuals, from all over Chenango County. For this year's raffle, CCHH is promoting items for up-coming special occasions such as: Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, etc. The raffle of various gift cards will be convenient to acquire presents for these special occasions.
- Bake Sale - purchase cookies, cupcakes, and other sweet goodies at the bake sale table. Take something special home with you while supporting CCHH!
- All proceeds benefit Chenango County Habitat for Humanity's 6th build. Give while having fun - that's the best part!
SPONSORS - they help to make this all possible. Big CCHH thank yous to: Norwich Family YMCA, Preferred Mutual, Raymond, Visions Federal Credit Union, & Woollybear Web.
Contact CCHH if you are interested in
Click for a black on blue (8.5"x11") SBposter-2018 (PDF).
Contact for volunteering or donations: Sandy Colton, 272 State Hwy 320, Norwich, NY 13815 (607) 334-7492 or Kathy Knudsen, (607) 639-1176 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org (Please include "Habitat" in the subject).
Help support Habitat to meet its mission of providing affordable housing or rehab projects to families in Chenango County. Habitat for Humanity offers “a hand up, not a handout”.