There’s no way you can say that you don’t like soup, and mean it.
I mean, it’s possible I guess, but there are so many different kinds of soup that I just can’t imagine categorically denying that you like any of them.
To say you don’t like soup at all means that you don’t like chicken noodle soup, chili, beef stew, minestrone, chicken gumbo, shrimp bisque, potato soup, vegetable soup, tomato soup, chowder, and about a zillion others. To say you don’t like soup at all is to deny that you like any of these ingredients, and to be honest, I just don’t believe you.
In other words, if you like soup (you do), you’ll love the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families annual fundraiser, “Soup Sunday.”
This year, over 30 restaurants are bringing the soups, breads, and desserts. Admission is $25 for adults, and $5 for the kids, and all the money goes to Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.
Founded in 1977 by Hillary Rodham (Clinton), AACF is a non-profit advocacy organization which encourages public policy in Arkansas that will benefit children and their families. Its mission statement is “to protect and promote through research, education and advocacy the rights and well-being of Arkansas children and their families, to assure that they have the opportunity to lead healthy and productive lives.”
11th Annual Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday
When: Feb. 26, 2012. Doors open at 4:00 p.m.
Where: Northwest Arkansas Convention Center inside the Springdale Holiday Inn
Tickets: Admission is $25 for adults, and $5 for the kids, available at aradvocates.org