SS Peter and Paul School, in West Chester, won the Grand Prize of Finish First With Milk, a contest sponsored by the NFL’s Fuel Up to Play 60. The contest was created to teach students about the health benefits of drinking low-fat and fat-free milk. The students were elated when they learned that Eagles tight end, Brent Celek, will visit the school on Dec. 6 to celebrate the victory
Diane Gabriel, the school’s kitchen manager, said she had a hard time keeping up with the milk order from participating students.
“Entering this contest helped our students get excited about the health benefits of milk. It was a win-win all around,” said principal Margaret Egan.
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