WILMINGTON, MA — On Saturday, April 15, 2017, members of the Wilmington High School Rotary Interact Club gathered at the Deming Way Community Center to cook up a delicious breakfast for Deming Way’s residents
From blueberry pancakes, flipped by Wilmington’s Chris Neville, to scrambled eggs, cooked to perfection by Wilmington’s Jack Cushing, the high school students proudly served the senior citizens and provided them with world-class service and hospitality.
The Wilmington High School Rotary Interact Club has proudly carried out this tradition for over 20 years.
Led by WHS senior Julianna Mastroriili, the Club dedicates several days a year to the community, assisting with popular events such as the Wilmington Half Marathon and the Recreation Department’s annual Breakfast with Santa. The Club also organizes leaf raking for elderly and the annual Valentine’s Day brunch at the Buzzell Senior Center.
The club is sponsored by the Wilmington Rotary Club, and leads with the motto of “Service Above Self” in every project they undertake.
Membership for Interact is open to all current WHS students and members are invited to several opportunities to not only give back to their community, but also the greater Wilmington Community.
Meetings are twice a month at the high school and the Club is advised by Rotarians Jack Cushing, Chris Neville and Patrick Giroux.
To learn more about Interact, or to join, contact a Rotarian or students can visit the WHS Club and Activity Fair in the fall.
(NOTE: The above press release and photos are from WHS Rotary Interact Club.)