Alires wins cash and bowl

Seward County Community College hosted their first Souper Bowl for Scholarships fundraising event in the student union main floor area on Thursday, Jan. 29. Theresa Alires, from Food and Beverage, took first place with her potato soup and won the traveling trophy and a $50 gift card to Dillon’s. The traveling trophy that was made and donated by Dustin Farmer, 3-D art instructor, and mounted on a wooden pedestal, made and donated by Steve Merz, drafting and design technology instructor at SCCC/ATS. The trophy is displayed in the cafeteria, and each year, the winner’s name will be added on a plaque on the trophy’s base. The soups, stews and chilis were judged based on appearance, aroma and taste, with a scale of zero to five, five being outstanding. The judges were Jerry Odle, from food services, Galen McSpadden, athletic director and head baseball coach, Duane Bozarth, SCCC/ATS Foundation board president and Bella Martinez, SCCC/ATS student. Taking second place was Teresa Wehmeier, from Office of Assessment and Research, with her Santa Fe Stew and won a $20 gift card to the Saints Bookstore. Third place was given to Alaina Sill, from Industrial Technology team, and her Chicken Enchilada Soup. Sill won $10 gift card to the Saints Bookstore. Proceeds benefit SCCC scholarship fund and this event will be an annual event at the end of January.

 

Crusader photo/Maria Lara Souper Bowl for Scholarships at Seward County Community College helps raise money for scholarships through SCCC/ATS Foundation on Thursday, Jan. 29. Three deans, Celeste Donovan, Cynthia Rapp and Janese Thatcher dressed in Superman attire to try the entries.
Crusader photo/Maria Lara
Souper Bowl for Scholarships at Seward County Community College helps raise money for scholarships through SCCC/ATS Foundation on Thursday, Jan. 29. Three deans, Celeste Donovan, Cynthia Rapp and Janese Thatcher dressed in Superman attire to try the entries.