Interact Club donates to Harriet’s House
Published 12:00 am Monday, May 17, 2004
The Demopolis Interact Club has donated $614 to local and state charities from its 2003-2004 fundraisers as part of its community service.
Shown accepting donations are Jan McDonald (second from left) of the Demopolis City Schools Foundation from Interact Club President-elect Jessie Gross, and Sandy Hodge (far right) of Harriet’s House from outgoing Interact Vice President Tyler Cook.
Interact also gave to Camp ASSCA, an east Alabama camping facility for crippled children.
The Demopolis Interact Club recently contributed $614 to charity from its 2003-2004 fundraisers.
Mary Sue Henry (second from left) of the Marengo County Department of Human Resources accepts a donation to Project Merry Christmas 2004 from Interact Club President-elect Jessie Gross, and Ronnie Snellgrove of Alabama Power accepts donations to the Marengo County Historical Society and Friends of Gaineswood from outgoing Vice President Tyler Cook. Interact also contributed to Camp ASSCA, an east Alabama camping facility for crippled children.