Hollis Brookline Rotary Interact helps others

Courtesy photo The night before the Hollis Brookline seniors were to graduate, 180 balloons had to be organized, labeled and safely stored. Enter The HB Rotary Interact. Fifteen students spent a couple of hours working on the balloons and making and placing signs for parking. The photo was taken in the lobby of the Hollis Brookline High School. We organized the balloons and placed them alphabetically and taped them to the walls of the lobby for easy access for after the students graduated. Then, the next day, after the graduation was finished, three Interacters helped hand out the balloons. Pictured in back row, from left: Marshall Coutu, Brian Holroyd, Nik DiRenzo, Connor Russell, Jared Sanborn, Ryan Coutu, Oliver Hugh and Sreekar Chilakapati. Front row: Hailey Tiner, Jenna Russell, Meaghan Coutu, Paige Knudsen, Amy Ryherd, Carolyn Shultz and Lauren Ingraham.

HB the Change partnered with the Hollis Brookline Rotary Interact Club to help out at the Hollis Fast 5K, which is run by the Rotary. They manned the water table at the start of the race, at Hollis Brookline Middle School. They took charge of the gear bus, which holds all the things that the runners don’t want to carry. They were also part of the “human wall” used to direct the runners at the beginning of the run. Proceeds from the race support such things as scholarships, local charities, Hollis Brookline school events and families on need.

The night before the Hollis Brookline High School Class of 2018 graduated, 180 balloons were organized, labeled and safely stored for the graduating seniors. Fifteen Interact Club members spent a couple of hours working on the balloons and making and placing signs for parking. The photo was taken in the lobby of the Hollis Brookline High School. Pictured back row, from left: Marshall Coutu, Holroyd, Nik DiRenzo, Connor Russell, Jared Sanborn, Ryan Coutu, Hugh and Sreekar Chilakapati. Front row: Hailey Tiner, Jenna Russell, Meaghan Coutu, Paige Knudsen, Amy Ryherd, Carolyn Shultz and Ingraham.

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