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    ROV Catie (cq) Antoline, 22, left, and Amanda Cochran, 22, right, decide which bowls to buy during a "Throwing for Tsunami" fundraiser sponsored by the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship, at the University of Toledo, on Wednesday, 4/13/05. The organization got the ceramics department at the university to make and donate ceramic rice bowls, which the campus ministry organization was selling for $5 and $10 in the Student Union. The proceeds were being given to an organization called Church World Service, a cooperative ministry of 36 Protestant, Orthodox, and Anglican denominations, providing sustainable self-help and development disaster relief, and refugee assistance in more than 80 countries. The money from the UT event is going specifically to Tsunami survivors, according to Louise Chell, the 2005-2006 president of the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship. The Blade/Dave Zapotosky

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    ROV Raymond Nagley, 22, front, and Shannon Bauerschmidt, 22, back, both studio arts majors at the University of Toledo, demonstrate the art of ceramic making during a "Throwing for Tsunami" fundraiser sponsored by the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship, at the University of Toledo, on Wednesday, 4/13/05. The organization got the ceramics department at the university to make and donate ceramic rice bowls, which the campus ministry organization was selling for $5 and $10 in the Student Union. The proceeds were being given to an organization called Church World Service, a cooperative ministry of 36 Protestant, Orthodox, and Anglican denominations, providing sustainable self-help and development disaster relief, and refugee assistance in more than 80 countries. The money from the UT event is going specifically to Tsunami survivors, according to Louise Chell, the 2005-2006 president of the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship. The demonstration took place during the sale. The Blade/Dave Zapotosky

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ROV Raymond Nagley, 22, front, and Shannon Bauerschmidt, 22, back, both studio arts majors at the University of Toledo, demonstrate the art of ceramic making during a "Throwing for Tsunami" fundraiser sponsored by the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship, at the University of Toledo, on Wednesday, 4/13/05. The organization got the ceramics department at the university to make and donate ceramic rice bowls, which the campus ministry organization was selling for $5 and $10 in the Student Union. The proceeds were being given to an organization called Church World Service, a cooperative ministry of 36 Protestant, Orthodox, and Anglican denominations, providing sustainable self-help and development disaster relief, and refugee assistance in more than 80 countries. The money from the UT event is going specifically to Tsunami survivors, according to Louise Chell, the 2005-2006 president of the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship. The demonstration took place during the sale. The Blade/Dave Zapotosky

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Raymond Nagley and Shannon Bauerschmidt, studio arts majors at the University of Toledo, demonstrate their skills in making ceramics during a 'Throwing for Tsunami' fund-raiser sponsored by the Campus Ministry Fellowship at UT.

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ROV Catie (cq) Antoline, 22, left, and Amanda Cochran, 22, right, decide which bowls to buy during a "Throwing for Tsunami" fundraiser sponsored by the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship, at the University of Toledo, on Wednesday, 4/13/05. The organization got the ceramics department at the university to make and donate ceramic rice bowls, which the campus ministry organization was selling for $5 and $10 in the Student Union. The proceeds were being given to an organization called Church World Service, a cooperative ministry of 36 Protestant, Orthodox, and Anglican denominations, providing sustainable self-help and development disaster relief, and refugee assistance in more than 80 countries. The money from the UT event is going specifically to Tsunami survivors, according to Louise Chell, the 2005-2006 president of the Toledo Campus Ministry Fellowship. The Blade/Dave Zapotosky

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The ceramics department made, or 'threw,' ceramic bowls to sell at the Student Union. Catie Antoline and Amanda Cochran, from left, decide which bowl to buy. Proceeds will be donated to Church World Service, which aids in disaster relief in more than 80 countries. Money from yesterday's UT event will go specifically to survivors of the Dec. 26 tsunami in southeast Asia.

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