Saturday, October 12, 2013

Jeopardy, Wheel of (Mis) Fortune and Other Tools to Reflect on Hunger

On Wednesday, November 6, the The Commons Center for Food Security and Sustainability in Silver City, New Mexico, will be turned into a Game Show television studio. Okay, there won't be a full transformation into a studio, but a couple of games will be used to allow participants in The Fifth Annual Hunger for Knowledge Dinner to reflect on hunger.

The annual dinner, which is used to raise funds for The Volunteer Center of Grant County, is organized and sponsored by the Dr. Emma Bailey's Social Inequality and Sociology of Food classes at Western New Mexico University and by the volunteer center's staff. Tickets for the event, which will go from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. are $15.00. The Commons Center for Food Security and Sustainability is located at 501 East 13th and Corbin in Silver City. Please call the Social Science Department at WNMU at 575-538-6634 for reservations.

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