Isfeld students active in community

The Mark Isfeld Interact Club and Comox Valley Record have teamed up once again for an awareness project in our community.

The Mark Isfeld Interact Club and Comox Valley Record have teamed up once again for an awareness project in our community.

This past month Interact students have been busy, approaching local businesses and asking them to support an Anti-Drinking and Driving Campaign. A counterattack impaired driving feature with ads from local businesses will be published in the holiday season.

Another project the Interact club supported recently was Free the Children’s We Scare Hunger.

Members went door to door on Halloween night, seeking food donations rather than candy. It was a successful project with many boxes of food being sent off to the Comox Valley Food bank.

Thank you to all who have helped with our recent projects. From local businesses to our local neighbours, we appreciate your support.

The Isfeld Club is also appreciative for the hard work of our November Interact member of the month.

Kaitlyn Fortier has shown a great deal of effort and reliability. At volunteer events, she willingly works with a smile on her face, and doesn’t leave until the job is done. Thank you Kaitlyn, you represent the Isfeld Interact club in a such a respectful and enthusiastic style!

Stay up to date with current projects by liking a newly created Facebook page: Mark Isfeld Interact Club.

— Mark Isfeld Interact Club

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