Prep Participates in Souper Bowl
Georgia Military College Prep School recently became a National School of Caring to fight hunger and poverty in our local community by participating in the 2009 Souper Bowl. Led by the GMC National Honor Society, the students raised $311.00 for the Baldwin County Meals on Wheels Program. According to www.souperbowl.org, the National Schools of Caring movement has raised $9,834,394 so far in 2009.
Pictured: GMC National Honor Society Officers, Emily Langston (Media Representative), Loribeth Berry (Secretary), and Ashley Collins (Treasurer) present the donation to Dr. Maidana Nunn, Chair, Baldwin County Meals on Wheels Board of Directors.
National Schools of Caring is a new campaign of the Souper Bowl of Caring, designed to engage youth in learning, service, and philanthropy. The Souper Bowl of Caring began in 1990, with a single group in South Carolina, and in 2007 this movement had over 14,000 groups participating nationwide. For more information, visit www.souperbowl.org.
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