シカゴの 10 代の若者が、寄贈された朝食用シリアルの箱を使って、ウクライナへのユニークな賛辞を作成します

答えは — 予想外です.

そしてポジティブなこと, それが判明.

のグループ teenagers in Chicago wanted to do something surprising — and something helpful to others.

そう, armed with boxes of popular breakfast cereal that they collected through a donation effort, a group of students for local high schools in Chicago created a mosaic designed to look like the Ukraine flag.

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And in the process, they not only broke a Guinness World Record — they raised money for Ukraine, which was invaded by Russia on Feb. 24 and has been continuing to battle for its very survival. 日曜日, 8月 14, marks day 172 of the invasion.

As a bonus, the teens are also helping out the needy in Chicago by donating the cereal.

The Kellogg’s company donated the boxes — about 5,000 そのうちの, 約.

And the teens, who are members of the Chicago Children United for Ukraine, ロイターによると, created a gigantic cereal mosaic on the floor of the Wintrust Financial Corporation’s Grand Banking Hall in downtown Chicago.

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For the yellow in the flag, they used yellow Corn Pops boxes.

For the blue in the flag, they used blue Rice Krispies boxes.

In this way, they recreated a depiction of the Ukrainian flag.

It’s a math problem, 本当に, but we wanted to beat the Guinness Book of World Records,” said Sherry Koppel, the project’s art consultant, フォックスによると 32 シカゴで.

The kids did it, and they did it fast.

We decided to break a record with a good cause behind it.

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