OSWEGO, NY – Five members of the Interact Club visited the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club on Sept. 29.
Interact is a club for secondary school aged young people sponsored by the Oswego Noon and Sunrise Rotary clubs.
The name Interact is derived from “inter” for international and “act” for action as each club must plan annual projects of service to school, community and the world.
Oswego Interact plan to make blankets for babies, collect pennies for polio, clean the trail at Fort Ontario and plant flowers for seniors at St. Lukes.
Club president Kaleigh Fitzsimmons told the Rotarians about her leadership training at Rotary Youth Leadership Awards training this year at Cazenovia College July 8-10.
She also introduced her officers: Carlie Fredette, vice president; and Abby Atkins, treasurer.
The club is coed and has several other members.