WHS Interact Students Team Up with Local Rotary Clubs to Assemble Meals For Kids in Need

WHS Interact Students Pitch In To Fight Hunger
April 2013- 70 Washington High School Interact students teamed up with local Rotary chapters to assemble 30,000 meals for the "Kids Against Hunger" program. The group worked in assembly lines to fill the packets with rice, soy, veggies and flavoring, then packaged them up. The meals will be sent to help people in places like Haiti and the Phillippines. This is one of the biggest events of the year that Washington High School hosts.  

"It was a refreshing way to do service with Rotary members, teachers, parents and WHS alumni," said Interact President Kathleen Phan.

"The whole project was extremely efficient and everyone was pumped up," said senior Interact member, Nawida Hussaini. "Even though it was a daunting task to assemble so many kits, knowing we made a tangible difference was rewarding."

In addition to filling 30,000 meal kits, the Interact Club also made a $1,000 donation to the Kids Against Hunger organization.
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