A group of volunteers spent part of Easter weekend building a record-breaking peanut butter and jelly sandwich, all to help feed children in the Valley.
According to a spokesperson from Feed Our Babies USA, a group of 60 people built a 64-foot sandwich in one minute and two seconds on Saturday. The previous record boasted a sandwich 51 feet and six inches long, built in two minutes and 25 seconds by high schoolers in California.
The group says Kneaders Bakery and Cafe donated loaves of bread, and Woodard Construction in Gilbert donated jars of peanut butter and jelly.
The event helped feed 120 school kids in the Scottsdale Unified School District whose families are food insecure.