Bunker Hill Middle School Students Dress as Hoagies to Promote Super Bowl Sale

With the deadline quickly approaching for pre-orders for the annual Helping Hands Super Bowl Hoagie Sale, students in the Bunker Hill Middle School Future Acts Club took the promotion to a new level.
Thanks to efforts of special education teacher Rich Mitcho and some of the school’s students, Future Acts members were sporting specially made hoagie costumes and holding a six-foot model hoagie during the school day on Friday, January 16th. The costumes will travel from middle school to middle school as the clubs gear up for the January 29, 2015 pre-order deadline.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the event that benefits local families in need. The massive hoagie sale is hosted annually on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Washington Township High School Changing Our World (COW) Project and members of the three middle school Future Acts clubs, along with student-athletes from the high schools, will join other community volunteers in making and selling the sandwiches, with all proceeds from the fundraising event going directly to local families facing serious medical situations.
Two-foot party hoagies are the equivalent of two hoagies and are available with or without onions for $10 each. Hoagie trays to feed parties of between 10 and 12 people are available for $50. Approximately 300 hoagies will be made for Super Bowl Sunday. Hoagies can be picked up between 10 am and 2 pm at the WTHS Ganttown Road entrance located at 529 Hurffville-Cross Keys Road in  Sewell.