Sanders Elementary School celebrated the benefits of living healthy on Jan. 29, along with some special guests. Atlanta Falcons cornerback D’Angelo Hall, Falcons cheerleaders Nikki and Karla, along with the South Cobb High School football team and cheerleading squad joined hundreds of Sanders students in the school auditorium to celebrate the 3-A-Day of Dairy campaign. Representatives from the 3-A-Day campaign kicked off the event by talking to students about the health benefits of having three daily servings of milk, cheese or yogurt. They quickly introduced special guest Freddy the Falcon, the mascot for the Atlanta Falcons, who got the crowd pumped up. Atlanta Falcons cheerleaders Nikki and Karla, along with the South Cobb High teams, led Sanders students in a variety of fun, body moving activities. South Cobb Football players Brett Sudduth, Alex Webster, Marlon Jones, Jeff Powers, Jimmy Thomas, Cory Wade, Josh Wilson, Khevin Sullivan, Brandon North and Julian Richardson were on hand to help guide the activities, as well as South Cobb Cheerleaders Ashley Harris, Natalie Biggs, Rachael Dillon, Morgan Houze, Kalisha Fagan, Jessica Elwood, Pierina Ampudia, Jocelyn Dennis, Ambria Brown and Chelsea Smith. Falcons star D’Angelo Hall spoke to the Sanders crowd about the importance of dairy products in a quality diet and answered questions about his role on the Falcons.