Interact Club Activities activities (past and present)
Phoenix Project: Collects clothing and supplies to people who have had homes destroyed by fire
Hygiene for Haiti: Collects new and used soaps which are melted down to liquid form and sent to poverty stricken areas of Haiti to help stop the spread of disease.
$700 raised for shipping packages to troop in Afghanistan
Habitat project 2013: Built a 6' x 8' shed for a local cementary and stocked it with tools for maintenance of the cementary.
Karaoke Night (Open to OSHS and Wesbrook HS students)
Cost is $6 per person, $5 with a canned good for the Soup Kitchen There will be a bake sale during the event. All proceeds benefit Invisible Children Foundation.
Gifts from the Heart (open to public). Students are taking orders of pink frosted heart cookies and flowers to deliver for Valentines Day. Flowers/cookies can be picked up on February 12th or delivered to OSHS students during homeroom. Cookies are $1.00 each and come in a clear plastic bag tied with pink ribbon. Flowers will be sold in addition to the cookies so that you can send your sweetie a treat and be donating money to a great cause at the same time! Students are also selling dark blue t-shirts that say help for Haiti on them for $10 each. All the proceeds go to Haiti relief. Students are also having another "Change" the World competition. It is a class to class competition to see which class can bring in the most spare change. We have a money collection bin in the main office with each classes name on it. So we can see which class is donating the most money at all times! All the proceeds will go to Haiti.
Penguin Plunge (open to public). The students have created a team through the Interact Club and the OSHS Best Buddies group. The team is trying to raise $1,000 for Special Olympics. Each participant who wants to jump into the water must raise at least $50.
Old Lyme Congreagational Soup Kitchen - Students will volunteer to cook a breakfast of sausage, egg strata, hash browns, pancakes, and bagels.
Drive-In Movie - Still in the planning stages..students will be arranging the front parking lot to accommodate vehicles and individuals. Popcorn will be sold!
May 8, 2010 Habitat for Humanity Project
The following pictures were taken at the Old Saybrook High School Shop room. Students, with the help of a few Rotarians and parents, are putting the finishing touches on a shed for a house in Middletown that was also built by Habitat for Humanity.