Interact Club Students Help Pack Food Hampers

December 7, 2016

The Bermuda Rotary Interact Club, which consists of 27 high school students from public, private and home schools, is continuing to serve the community, with students recently gathering to pack fourteen food hampers for families in need.


The hampers were given to the Salvation Army to distribute, with the foods being donated by Interact students, friends of Rotary and Hamilton Rotarians. After the community service initiative, the students were treated to a party in honour of their efforts.


The Club has held a variety of service projects, including trash-a-thons, feeding the homeless, assisting at Rotary events, collecting footwear for children in Haiti, and more.

The Interact Club has its own Board of Directors, headed by President Kayla Dowling, with its members ranging from 12 to 18 years of age.

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