The Dover High School Interact Club attended a Dover Colonial Rotary Club meeting at Maple Dale Country Club to update them on their past and future activities.

In participation with the Dover Colonial Rotary, the Interact Club worked as Salvation Army bell ringers, helped the Rotary Club with their highway cleanup and worked with the Rotary to distribute dictionaries to third-graders in Capital School District.

The club, through their fundraising efforts, raised $2,275 and gave donations to Pressley Ridge, Friends of Delaware Veterans Trust Fund and Home of the Brave. Their charitable goal this year is to raise money for ovarian cancer, cancer research and local hospitals.

The Interact Club members also plan to take a more hands-on approach in helping the community by hosting an ice cream party at Home of the Brave and a food packaging event. They also have planned a hurricane relief collection. Interact Club members are high school students who, guided by the spirit of Rotary International, aim at providing assistance to their community. James Bailey, a teacher at Dover High School, is the Interact Club’s adviser.