Interact organizes Huddle up for Howard
Twenty one MCHS Interacts students assist with clean up at Rotary Park. Interact Club members joined Rotarians to clean up Rotary Park in downtown Morris. Volunteers pulled weeds, racked leaves, fertilized the grass, anchored the park benches and completed a general clean up. Afterwards, everyone enjoyed a pizza lunch.
Here is what one of the Rotarians had to say about the fall clean up...
I had the opportunity to work with about 20 high school kids, who are in the Interact Club, doing a fall clean up at the Rotary Park. They were a great bunch of hard working willing people and a pleasure to be with. I, as a Rotarian, would like to thank them for what they do and how they represent the school and their parents. It was a great morning! ... From the old man who asked them to do a lot of hard work, RB Trotter