Staff photos by Robert Kelly-GossCollege of the Albemarle ceramics teacher and artist Mary Ann Mason shows off the glazing technique of a bowl created by one of her students. The bowl, along with 75 others, will be a part of the Empty Bowls fundraiser for Food Bank of the Albemarle today at Arts of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City.
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Staff photos by Robert Kelly-GossCollege of the Albemarle ceramics teacher and artist Mary Ann Mason shows off the glazing technique of a bowl created by one of her students. The bowl, along with 75 others, will be a part of the Empty Bowls fundraiser for Food Bank of the Albemarle today at Arts of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City.

Mary Ann Mason wants to fill Empty Bowls

By Robert Kelly-goss

The Daily Advance

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Mary Ann Mason, 65, is a ceramics teacher at College of the Albemarle and former art teacher for Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Schools. Along with her students, Mason is participating in an important fundraiser today for Food Bank of the Albemarle.

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