It is a tradition at UNO which has helped feed thousands of Heartland families. Wednesday was the 18th annual Bell Tower Challenge.
The first 17 challenges raised more than 23 tons of food for The Food Bank for the Heartland. Wednesday's take pushed those totals even higher.
"Teams" are given one minute to build what they can with the cans they have collected.
UNO's choir is one of the more competitive teams.
Jonathan Mueller says, "For us as a choir it is a great way for us to go out into the community and really try to help out because that is something we try to focus on here at UNO especially. It is a great way for us to get out into the community."
Dr. David Corbin started the Bell Tower Challenge tradition but we're told this is his last time organizing the event. The Food Bank for the Heartland and all of us thank him for his dedication.
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