Ronan Church Shares Through 'Soup-er' Bowl

May 03, 2017 | Russ Jenkins

The Ronan Seventh-day Adventist Church “Soup-er" Bowl No. 8 was as exciting as Tom Brady’s performance in the 51st NFL Super Bowl.

To create some friendly rivalry the Ronan Church divided the drive into two separate teams. With the same goal in mind, teams set out to collect as many cans of soup for this worthy cause. After all cans were counted and the final tally was in, the Jackson Jackies — for the second year in a row — defeated the Adam’s Anteaters.

A total of 4,650 units of soup were collected for the Ronan Bread Basket and the Polson Loaves and Fish this year. This drive is estimated to help supply the above charities enough soup to last about six months, according to food bank personnel. The two Mission Valley food banks have received a grand total of more than 20,000 units from the church over the past eight years.

With amazing support from the communities, the plan is to keep on helping these great charities, which provide an invaluable service to the needs of their communities. Polson Wal-Mart helped Ronan members obtain the soup for “Soup-er” Bowl No. 8.

The Ronan Church feels truly blessed to be able to share with those in need and pray God’s blessing on each and every one receiving the soup.