Members of the Shenandoah Potters Guild have made 20 bowls each for the Empty Bowl Supper and Silent Auction Friday.
It is the Laurel Center's biggest fundraiser from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. where people will wait for food representing soup lines for less fortunate people.
About 350 tickets have been sold and only a handful are left.
Rebecca Altizer of the Shenandoah Potters Guild says the idea of the event began 13 years ago.
"It is just fun and it's a wonderful evening," says Altizer. "If you haven't been there before you would really enjoy it. The soup is delicious, they have silent auctions and other things going on that makes it just a wonderful evening," adds Altizer.
Jessica Carper is the Laurel Center Domestic Prevention Coordinator. She says this event is crucial to the center.
"I think anytime you do an event it starts off slow, but this being our seventh one the word is getting out, it is a great event, people like to come out to support us, and it's getting bigger," says Carper.
Tickets are $25 and extra bowls can be purchased for $20 each.
Laurel Center representatives will be at Victory Church for more information about the organization.