Interact Students to Volunteer at Rotary Club Fish Fry
March 22, 2017
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The interact club will be volunteering at the Northwest Rotary club’s annual fish fry, which benefits the community and students in the coastal bend. The fundraiser begins right after school on March 31st, and it is located at the VFW on Leopard St. The money raised from ticket sales and the silent auction will fund the rotary club scholarship.
“The scholarship is open to all high school kids in the coastal bend. The scholarship is based on need, community service hours, and GPA,” Charlene Dietrich, interact adviser, said.
Everyone is welcome to attend the fish fry. The tickets are $10.00, and the last day to buy them is Monday, March 27th. Tickets can be purchased from any interact member.
At the silent auction, there are a wide range of items available to bid on.
“There are vacation trips, Bar-B-Q pits, purses, plants, jewelry and much more,” Dietrich said.
You can expect to socialize, eat fried fish, and dance. The musical guest will be Biology teacher Susan Presley’s husband’s band named Border Line. They will begin to play around ten o’clock. If the volunteers are having as much fun as the guests, the annual rotary club fish fry must be an event to attend.
“I would definitely work it again,” Ellie Tilton, Interact president said. “It was quite an experience. It was fun.”