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IC Soup Supper Judges Ready for January 26 ‘All You Can Eat’ Supper

Monday, January 22, 2018 @ 12:01 AM

Posted by Ron Wilshire

CLARION, Pa. (EYT) – Eight judges have been named for the Annual “All You Can Eat” Supper sponsored by the Immaculate Conception PTO on Friday, January 26, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Meisinger Center.

The following judges will have to choose between 22 different soups planned for the event:

• Joey Spence, Immaculate Conception Third Grade student;
• Brinley Kiskadden, Immaculate Conception Fifth Grade student;
• Elizabeth Glover, Recent Immaculate Conception Alumni;
• Ron Wilshire, Not-so-recent Immaculate Conception Alumni;
• Lori O’Brien Cratty, Immaculate Conception School Principal;
• Vince Ganoe, Knights of Columbus;
• Natasha Dias, Catholic Daughters of America; and
• Sister Tina Geiger, RSM from the Rural Catholic Ministry.

“Fourteen of the soups are cooked and donated by local restaurants, and eight will be made by IC school and church groups,” said Jackie Knaust and Dana Troese, co-chairs of the fundraising event.  “We are also planning to have six judges, including two current IC students, two recent alumni, two older alumni, and two judges from the school or church staff.”

Eat-in-prices are $7.00 for adults; children five to 10, $3.00; and free for preschoolers.

Soup will also be available for $10.00 per quart or $5.00 per half-quart.

All soups will be available for purchase in quart and 1/2 sizes at the supper until sold out, and leftovers will be sold after masses on February 27 and February 28.

Here is a list of the soups:

New England Clam Chowder: Donated by the preschool families
Matzo Ball: Donated by the kindergarten families
Zuppa Toscana: Donated by the first-grade families
Stuffed Pepper: Donated by the second-grade families made using locally-raised beef from Clarion Farms Beef Barn
Chicken Noodle: Donated by the third-grade families
Loaded Potato: Donated by the fifth-grade families, made using locally-grown potatoes from Long Acre Farms
Tomato Basil Bisque: Donated by the sixth-grade families
Beef and Barley: Donated by the Catholic Daughters of America
Potato Chowder: Donated by Captain Loomis Bar and Restaurant
Cheeseburger: Donated by County Seat Restaurant
Chicken Tortilla: Donated by Cozumel Mexican Restaurant
Italian Wedding, Pho, and Jambalaya: All donated by Daddy’s Main Street
Turkey Rice: Donated by Deb’s Diner
Hot and Sour: Donated by Koyia Express
Chicken Biscuit: Donated by Liberty House Restaurant
Black Bean(Gluten-free/vegetarian): Donated by Michelle’s Café
Corn and Black Bean Chili: Donated by rbg-Clarion Restaurant
Broccoli Cheese: Donated by RRR Roadhouse
Shrimp Bisque: Donated by Sweet Basil
Vegetable Beef: Donated by The Tavern

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