The Berlin High School Interact Club is gearing up for its first full year at BHS.
Its first fundraiser will be a recycling project at the Berlin Fair.
Students will be collecting, cleaning and bagging returnable bottles for redemption. The Berlin Lions Club has generously pledged to match the collected funds. Interact will use the profits to support ShelterBox, a global Rotary initiative.
ShelterBoxes are disaster relief tents that provide emergency shelter and life-saving equipment following disasters such as earthquake, volcano, flood, hurricane, cyclone, tsunami or conflict.
To learn more, and to see an actual ShelterBox set-up, visit the Rotary Club booth at the Fair. Please support Interact by taking a few extra seconds to find the specially marked recycling barrels at the Fair.
The Amber Alert Child ID program will be available at the Berlin Fair on Friday, October 5, and Saturday, October 6, from noon to 6 p.m. This free, voluntary program enables all children under the age of 18 to register minimal, yet essential information needed to find a child in the event a child is missing. Stop by the Kensington-Berlin Rotary Club's booth at the Berlin Fair to participate.