WSU clubs selling honey, pottery


If there are still a few uncrossed names on your holiday shopping list this season, WSU’s entomology and pottery clubs may have just the right gift.  From Thursday, Dec. 6 to Friday, Dec. 7, both clubs will be displaying items for purchase on the Pullman campus. 
    
The Entomology Club will be selling jars of pure honey in the atrium on the first floor of the Lighty Student Services building.  The honey, locally grown in Eastern Washington is available in one pound jars at four dollars each and two-and-a-half pound jars at nine dollars.  The sale runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.  Proceeds will fund a variety of Entomology Club lectures from speakers outside WSU, said Club President Sam Hapke.
    
The WSU Pottery Club has a large selection of hand-made objects for sale including dishes, mugs and sculptures.  The sale runs from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday, in the main lobby of the WSU Fine Arts building.  
  
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