The day before Super Bowl Sunday The North United Methodist Church Youth Group along with a few parents and advisors, lock themselves in the church around 3PM.
They work until the wee hours of the morning baking breads and making soups, grinders, sandwiches, brownies and cookies, that they sell to raise money for the local MACC Charity.
We’ve already reported raising $1225 for MACC this year but understand there is some more coming in so we’ll be updating soon.
We’d like to share something from one of our youth group members who participated this year:
Participating in the SOUPer Bowl means being a part of a great community of people who are there, not only to raise money, but to have fun. My experiences with the SOUPer Bowl have been nothing short of amazing. Every kid's dream is to stay up way past their bedtime, but to also be cooking and baking for a good cause at the same time is wonderful. We all have fun, and we all work hard together as a team and it feels incredible to help out and to have a great time.
North United Methodist Church
Tim McLaughlin & Charlene Sullivan