2017-10-11 / School News

Interact Club receives Charter and elects officers for 2017-2018



The Berkeley Springs High School Interact Club started its second year by receiving its Charter from Rotary International and voting in new officers for the year. Pam Wagoner, Rotary District 7360 Assistant Governor, presented the Charter to the Club at their meeting on September 22. At their previous meeting the members voted in Violet Hott as president, Caroline Ciardiello as vice president, Grace Watson as secretary and Ty' Jae Armstrong as treasurer. Interact is a high school level service and social club sponsored by the Rotary Club of Berkeley Springs. Last year the club's service projects included mentoring intermediate school students as a part of the Positive Action Community Cougars project and packing health and hygiene supplies into backpacks for students in need. This year they are continuing the mentoring project and will be planting trees in the community. They are also collecting funds to send to students and schools in the hurricane ravaged areas of Florida. Interact is always looking for students interested in improving and serving the community. If interested in joining contact one of the members. Front row, left to right: Buzz Chamberlain Rotary advisor, Jordan Miller, Sahil Shrestha, Morgan Langenstein, Sophia Didawick, Ciardiello, Hott and Watson. Second row: Wagoner Rotary assistant governor, William Creek, Armstrong, Matthew Rubeck, Angelo Cocchiaro, Joseph Lorenzo, Katie Caperton and Luke Christie Rotary Advisor. The Berkeley Springs High School Interact Club started its second year by receiving its Charter from Rotary International and voting in new officers for the year. Pam Wagoner, Rotary District 7360 Assistant Governor, presented the Charter to the Club at their meeting on September 22. At their previous meeting the members voted in Violet Hott as president, Caroline Ciardiello as vice president, Grace Watson as secretary and Ty' Jae Armstrong as treasurer. Interact is a high school level service and social club sponsored by the Rotary Club of Berkeley Springs. Last year the club's service projects included mentoring intermediate school students as a part of the Positive Action Community Cougars project and packing health and hygiene supplies into backpacks for students in need. This year they are continuing the mentoring project and will be planting trees in the community. They are also collecting funds to send to students and schools in the hurricane ravaged areas of Florida. Interact is always looking for students interested in improving and serving the community. If interested in joining contact one of the members. Front row, left to right: Buzz Chamberlain Rotary advisor, Jordan Miller, Sahil Shrestha, Morgan Langenstein, Sophia Didawick, Ciardiello, Hott and Watson. Second row: Wagoner Rotary assistant governor, William Creek, Armstrong, Matthew Rubeck, Angelo Cocchiaro, Joseph Lorenzo, Katie Caperton and Luke Christie Rotary Advisor.

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