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‘Souper’ caring

Posted: March 6, 2017 1:46 p.m.
Updated: March 7, 2017 1:00 a.m.
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The youth of Bethesda Presbyterian Church recently collected $2,464 and 188 food items for Food for the Soul as part of the church’s 15th consecutive year of participating in the Souper Bowl of Caring. Since the early 1990s, young people have been leading the charge and inspiring others to collect dollars and food in advance of the NFL’s Super Bowl. Teaming up with local partners, groups like Bethesda’s youth give 100 percent of donations to local charities, turning the the nation’s largest weekend of football into the largest weekend of caring. Food for the Soul is a Christ-like ministry, meeting the basic needs of the hungry and homeless in Kershaw County. Particpating in the youth group’s recent donation are (from left), Bethesda Pastor John Hallman, Katharine Coplin, Emily Guy, Grace Floyd, Food for the Soul Executive Director Darlene Thomas, Hannon El-Sherif, Bethesda Director of Christian Education Brent Kendall, Josiah Kendall, Carolina Woolard and Mary Dawson Lindsey.


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