Check Presented to Interact Club

  St. Joseph High School's Interact Club, a service organization affiliated with the Conway Noon Rotary Club, was presented a check for $575 by Rotary Club President Aimee Prince on January 15 at the Larry's Pizza restaurant. 

  Thirty-three Interact members were there, along with Club Sponsor Ray Nielsen and Rotary Liaison Jacqueline Kordsmeier, for a luncheon recognizing Interact's efforts during a Christmas wreath fundraising sale held in October and November. The check was the Club's profit share that will be used to help support polio eradication world-wide,Haven House, and the school's athletic department. 

  Seen in this photo (left to right) are Ms. Aimee Prince and Interact Club Board Members Kinley Thessing (who sold more than a dozen wreaths),River Ferrari, Nate Perry, Lucas Rawls, Caleb Mallett, Erika Gonzalez, and Elizabeth Chandler