African-American Awareness Club Celebrates with Soul Food Fest
Members of the Upper School’s African-American Awareness Club celebrated the end of Black History Month with a festive luncheon of homemade food prepared by Seven Hills parents, students, and faculty. The popular Soul Food Fest featured a number of tasty items, including cornbread, baked and fried chicken, sweet potatoes, collard greens, and much more. For $7, dozens of Middle and Upper School students enjoyed the delicious lunch. Proceeds from the luncheon go toward the African-American Awareness Club.