Philadelphia Eagles Mascot Swoop Stops at Friends School Mullica Hill

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MULLICA HILL, N.J. -

Students from South Jersey had a special visitor stop by to help send them off on summer break.

Philadelphia Eagles mascot Swoop crossed over the bridge on Wednesday, June 13th, and stopped by the Friends School Mullica Hill to help the kids there celebrate their last day of school.

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Officials say with their Super Bowl win the Eagles and Swoop have been positive role models to the kids and the entire community by teaching them an important lesson about working hard.

"Swoop represents a team that has represented the Delaware Valley very well. I think it's also about excitement for the end of the year but also he represents something where hard work pays off and that's important to us as a school too," said Matthew Bradley, head of Friends School Mullica Hill.

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