Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

Loop It Up Honors Four at Soup It Up 2020

Published on: 3/17/2020

Loop It Up Savannah presented its Sisters-In-Love for the Children of Savannah awards to four distinguished women at “Soup It Up for Loop It Up 2020" Saturday, February 29th.  The honorees include Dr. Ann Levett, Savannah Chatham County Superintendent of Schools; Selina Routh Gillans, Principal of Otis J. Brock Elementary School; Anne Robinson, Founder and Principal Consultant of Momentum Development Solutions; and Judge Lisa Goldwire Colbert of Chatham County Juvenile Court.  “Soup It Up for Loop It Up" is held annually to celebrate the end of the yearly fund drive for the organization's youth arts and enrichment programs.  Loop it Up serves close to 10,000 Savannah and Chatham County children through after school programs, school day enrichment programs, summer camps and special workshop events each year.

​The event featured a Soup Contest between stars of the Savannah restaurant scene including 787 By Chazitos, Cha Bella, Unforgettable Bakery & Cafe and B. Matthews. The restaurants served up soup to the guests to compete for the Golden Soup Bowl, awarded for the best soup as voted by the guests. The participating restaurants worked with Loop It Up Savannah's board members to raise funds for Loop It Up Savannah in the weeks preceding the event.   This yea​r's winner of the Golden Soup Bowl was B. Matthews Eatery​ with their Lowcountry Corn and Crab Chowder.  


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