Georgia

Legacy 53 Super School Breakfast

GENYOUth, the official youth partner of the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee Legacy 53 initiative, partnered with Georgia business leaders to host a Legacy 53 Super School Breakfast ribbon cutting ceremony at G.P. Babb Middle School. The ceremony unveiled a new Fuel Up to Play 60 grab-n-go cart where students can start their day with a healthy breakfast. Through this Legacy 53 initiative, 53 high-need Georgia schools will receive breakfast carts which will increase access to over 5.3 million more meals, including milk, among Georgia youth in just the first year of use. The Legacy 53 Super School Breakfast initiative is made possible through the support of the Georgia Power Foundation, Arby's Foundation, Delta Air Lines, The Home Depot Foundation, and the WellCare Community Foundation, in partnership with the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee, and in collaboration with The Dairy Alliance. Falcons Ambassador Matt Bosher, Vikings player Kyle Rudolph, local dairy farmer Jennifer Glover, State Superintendent Woods, Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black, Mary Ramsier from Georgia Department of Education, Alexis Glick CEO of GENYOUth, dignitaries from Clayton County Schools and local business leaders attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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