Photo Gallery | PHOTOS | Hillside ES participates in 'Souper Bowl'
ROSWELL, Ga. -- While many people crashed in front of TVs to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday, students at Hillside Elementary School participated in a very different kind of "bowl."
Together, the children at the Roswell school collected 1,500 cans of food for families helped by North Fulton Community Charities. They called their food drive the "Souper Bowl."
"The Souper Bowl was a fun and exciting way for students to take part in Super Bowl festivities," Hillside Elementary principal Dr. Maisha Otway said in a statement. "But, more importantly, it was a meaningful way for them to take part in a service project that benefited our community."
Students who donated food in the Souper Bowl got the opportunity to vote for which team they believed would win the Super Bowl game. The Baltimore Ravens won by a landside.
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Learn more about North Fulton Community Charities at nfcchelp.org.