Local Interact Club marks anniversary Friday

interact-clubMembers of the Interact Club at Greene County High School will celebrate the 19th anniversary of the club’s charter this Friday. Local Rotarians and Interact members will hand out Bunker’s Dunkers donut holes to the entire student body and staff between 7:45 and 8:15 am. Students will have the opportunity to take pictures and selfies in front of the Rotary banner.

The Interact Club’s goal is to complete at least one community-service project each month, club advisor Teresa Green said. Some projects include participating in the Zombie Run, dressing up and helping with the games at the Halloween party at Greene County Community Center, setting up and tearing down for the “Festival on the Square,” raking leaves for our leaf-raking day, helping with the Rotary auction, Christmas caroling, frosting cookies for the elderly and elementary students, helping with the Nativity Festival, making St. Patrick’s Day gift bags for the kindergartners, chaperoning the adult prom “A Night to Remember Your Prom,” doing roadside pick-up, handing out bubbles on the last day of school to the elementary students, and many more.

 All students are invited to join the Interact Club, and membership is close to 100 students. The club meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:45 am at the school.

 

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