The Interact service organization is looking for leaders to join

The Interact service organization is looking for leaders to join

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Matthew Boccella, Staff writer

A new service club  has formed at Archbishop Carroll, and it is looking for members.

Called Interact, the club is affiliated with Rotary International, a volunteer service organization. Interact aims to have highly skilled students organize and perform large service acts. 

The Carroll Interact club brings together talented, noble, young people to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self,” said Mr. Quintois, a Rotarian who started Interact at Carroll last year and serves as the group’s moderator. Mr. Quintois, who also is the school’s athletic director, urged those who are interested in joining the club to contact him. He can be reached at [email protected]

“We want leaders!” Mr. Quintois said.

The club’s leadership includes Andrew Lynch, who serves as president; McKenna Gould, who is the vice president; and Joseph Bushner, who is the secretary. The leadership meets weekly; general membership meetings are monthly.

Since its inception last year, Interact has volunteered both within Carroll and within the surrounding community. It has been involved in Special Olympics, the Polar Plunge, and in drives to support the needy with clothing and food. The club plans to have at least two large events per year. 

The Interact Club also provides opportunities for members to talk to and work with local leaders, as well as to meet people from different parts of the world.