Charlton, MA – Three members of the Interact Club of Bay Path participated in the Bay Path Education Foundation holiday event on December 8 at Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School in Charlton. The annual Santa Claus Pancake Breakfast raised more than $15,000 for scholarships and teacher mini-grants.

The public school’s administration and members of the Foundation served breakfast to families who took part in this event. Children were able to have their picture taken with Santa Claus as well as with three members of Bay Path’s Interact club, who were dressed as characters from the popular movie “Frozen.”

Those Interact members were: Kelsey Durant (shown, below, on left); Dominic Chivallatti (shown, below, on right), whose mother is president of the Rotary Club of Auburn; and, Maura Griffis (shown, below, in middle), 2018-2019 president of Bay Path’s Interact club.

 

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The Rotary clubs of Auburn and Southbridge are sponsors of the Bay Path club.

Photo of Bay Path Interactors
Through Interact clubs around the world, young leaders ages 12 to 18 take action through community and international service, discover new cultures and promote international understanding as global citizens, develop skills to become school and community leaders, make friends locally and globally, and have fun while recognizing the importance of “service above self.”

For more information on Bay Path’s Interact club, contact Jen Reil at 508-847-3291 or jreil@baypath.net, or Brian Dekker at 508-735-0827 or bdekker@baypath.net.