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WEEKENDS ON THE COAST

HUNGER BOWL
The Super Bowl is two weeks away but another kind of "Bowl Game" is going on right now.
  
The "Defeat Hunger Bowl" benefits the Bay Area Food Bank.
All area Walmart stores are accepting non-perishable food donations through February 2nd.
  
Tomorrow, the Pea Ridge Walmart will host a special event from eleven to two.

The Milton High cheerleaders and football players will be there, along with Maverick, from the Ice Flyers.
  
They'll be serving hot-dog- and-soda lunches for two dollars, and all the proceeds go to the food bank.
Megan Larson, Bay Area Food Bank:  "Imagine being hungry, imagine your child, you know, your mother, your brother being hungry and, I mean, it means the world to them to be able to eat and this food is going to do so much for our community."
  
The Ice Flyers will accept food donations at their games on January 24th and 25th.




FILL A BOWL FOR MANNA
Soup's on for Manna Food Pantries in Pensacola.
Their annual fundraiser "Fill a bowl for Manna" is tomorrow.
  
Pensacola State College art teachers and students created beautiful art bowls for the event.
  
Area chefs are cooking the soup.
Tickets are 30 dollars and include your choice of bowl.
  
It's going on from 1 - 3 at the Amos Performance Studio at PSC.




GALLERY NIGHT
The first "Gallery Night" of 2014 will be a chilly one.
People are headed to Downtown Pensacola tonight..
      
Several businesses and art galleries along Palafox Street will be open tonight, so people can browse and purchase items through the night.
      
There's also live music, and plenty of good food.
Gallery Night has grown from a twice a year event, to a monthly event.