Interact Club Offers Community Service Opportunities


Nichole Landaverde, Reporter


Joining the Interact Club is a great way to complete your community service hours.

Interactors raised money and participated in a walk-a-thon to support cancer, said Maina Cioni.

They also supplied a Peruvian schoolchild with supplies and resources to gain an education, said Maina Cioni.

Interactors volunteer at cleanups at the beach and Ballona Wetlands to beautify the community. Once they wrote holiday greeting cards to American servicemen and women overseas.

Possible future service projects are raising funds to support the Rotary- sponsored campaign to raise awareness worldwide and are planning to train members to work with animals at weekly pet adoptions.

Everyone is invited to join the club. It meets Thursdays at lunch in Room 37.

Even athletes who are occupied at lunch can join and attend weekend events and participate in service projects.