KING WILLIAM — The King William High School Chapter of the National Honor Society sponsored the "Souper Bowl of Caring," a canned food drive which benefited the Cornerstone Food Bank in Aylett.
Boxes representing the two teams in this year's Super Bowl were placed in the cafeteria. Students and faculty placed canned goods in their favorite team's box. Together, they collected over 200 cans.
Since "Souper Bowl of Caring" began more than 20 years ago, over $81 million has been raised for local charities across the country. It has become a powerful movement that is changing the time around the Super Bowl weekend into the nation's largest celebration of giving and serving.