Littleton School collects soup for Parsippany Food Pantry

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PARSIPPANY — Littleton School Kiwanis K-Kids held a “Souper Bowl” collection for the Parsippany Food Pantry.

K-Kids Advisor Ms. Carol Tiesi said “Our K-Kids organized a great event, and collected over 600 cans of soup to be donated to the Parsippany Food Pantry.” They made posters and hung them on the walls in the school to spread the word to all the students. Mayor Michael Soriano visited the class and thanked the K-Kids for their hard work.

Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany President Frank Cahill presented K-Kids Advisors Mr. Archer and Ms. Tiesi with a Certificate of Appreciation to the Littleton School K-Kids, thanking them for their hard work on the “Souper Bowl” soup can collection.

Students throughout the school dropped off the Soup Cans in Ms. Tiesi’s class and Mr. Acher’s class. Both Ms. Tiesi and Mr. Archer are the Littleton School K-Kids advisors.

The students held up cans of soup they collected during “Souper Bowl”
Mayor Michael Soriano doing a “selfie” with the students. Ms. Tiesi, Principal Michele Hoffman, Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany President Frank Cahill and Mr. Archer
Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany President Frank Cahill presented K-Kids Advisors Mr. Archer and Ms. Tiesi with a Certificate of Appreciation to the Littleton School K-Kids, thanking them for their hard work on the “Souper Bowl” soup can collection. Mayor Michael Soriano looks on.
A sign the K-Kids students made promoting the event

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