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Rotary Club of the Woodlands Luncheon Highlights Interact Clubs from College Park and The Woodlands High Schools

Students Showcase Volunteer Efforts and Community Impact


 The Woodlands, Texas - Thursday, March 21, 2024

The Rotary Club of The Woodlands hosted a luncheon at The Woodlands Country Club - Legacy Ballroom to honor the Interact Clubs from College Park and The Woodlands High Schools.



Rotary President Kay Boehm-Fannin welcomed the students and introduced the Interact Club presidents, who then provided updates on their clubs' volunteer activities. Interact Club executive board members and faculty sponsors from both schools attended the event, sharing their accomplishments and goals.


"We want to provide more meaningful opportunities for volunteers." - Alexa Tran, Co-President, The Woodlands High School Interact Club

The Woodlands High School Co-Presidents Alexa Tran and Jaxon Clough highlighted their club's 1,500 hours of service at 140 events, increased social media presence, and upcoming Ultimate Frisbee tournament to raise funds for clean water initiatives.

Interact Club from The Woodlands High School

College Park President Grace Udoh emphasized increased member involvement, collaboration with other school clubs, and successful events like the Dragon Boat races and the annual Color Run.

Other executive board members from College Park included Jimena Robles, Tara Mallya, Juliana Griffith, Chuck Forke, and Isabel Rosenbaum, with faculty sponsors Lavette Bell and Rebecca Morris. The Woodlands executive board members also included Allie Castillo, Sruthi Panda, Harrison Griffith, Madeline Meissner, Ben Lussier, and Lily-Ann Freeman, with sponsors Charity Hughes and Red Litle.


Rotary club members were impressed with the updates and the relationship between Rotary and Interact, as Rotary provides support and guidance to these self-governing and self-supporting clubs at area high schools.


The luncheon celebrated the dedication and impact of these young volunteers in their community and The Rotary Club of The Woodlands looks forward to inviting two more Interact clubs from the community before the end of the school year for an update in the coming months.






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