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September 23, 2018

OHS Interact Club Gives Back To Community


OSWEGO, NY – Members of the Oswego High School Interact Club and The Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club recently got together to work on a project to benefit newborn infants at Oswego Hospital.

Sitting from left are Emily Fultz, president Katie Abramski, Domonique Canale, Sarah Hill, Jordan Mangano and Michele Canale. Standing from left are advisor Warren Shaw, Sunrise Rotary Club President Sharon Baker, Ashley Fidler and Marissa Canale.

Sitting from left are Emily Fultz, president Katie Abramski, Domonique Canale, Sarah Hill, Jordan Mangano and Michele Canale. Standing from left are advisor Warren Shaw, Sunrise Rotary Club President Sharon Baker, Ashley Fidler and Marissa Canale.

The community service project, known as Blankets For Babies, was initiated last year by the two respective organizations, and continues to raise donations to purchase materials that members then assemble for donation to the hospital.

Sunrise Rotary President Sharon Baker said, “It is extremely rewarding to work with such dedicated and responsible young people that are willing to give up their Sunday afternoon to do something so positive for our community.”

Interact Club advisor Warren Shaw added, “Community service is an important part of what high school students need to experience. It is what our club is about…giving back to the community that supports us.”

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