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CHS Interact Club Hosts Clover and Lake Wylie Rotary Clubs

Members of the Clover and Lake Wylie Rotary Clubs joined students from Clover High School’s Interact Club for a joint meeting of the three organizations this week.


The 150-plus member organization, CHS Interact, led by Mr. Jimmy Roach, enjoyed a hearty Thanksgiving meal with business leaders, community partners and friends ahead of the holiday next Thursday. The meal was a collaboration with the Clover High School Culinary Arts program.  Chef Michcaw's team prepared a tremendous meal for all to enjoy.


Rotary International, “a global network of 1.4 million neighbors, friends, leaders and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in communities, and in ourselves,” sponsors the scholastic equivalent of the Interact Club in high schools across the country.


“Having the opportunity to meet these terrific young Interact members is very important,” said Lake Wylie Rotary President Paul Moran.  This endeavor of Rotary sponsoring children in the community is very enriching.  Having the opportunity to work together, Clover and Lake Wylie, as one to support the student members of Clover High School, is important and impactful to our community.”


Local Rotary Clubs share lunch together each week and hear from a guest speaker.  Pastor Kenny Ashley of Journey Church, presented the program for the joint meeting and shared words about community and service, both key parts of the mission for Rotary and the Interact Club.