Posted by Grace Brogan on May 05, 2024
Hello District 7930 community! On Saturday, April 27th from 10-12 the District Interact Council of 7930 held their very first service project; The Green Hunt! The event was a fun and unique competition between neighboring Interact clubs to accomplish the goal of reducing litter within a community. It was held in Stoneham, on a warm sunny day and we were excited to see Stoneham Interact and Rotary along with Lynn Interact, as well as members from the North Reading and Wilmington clubs there! We accomplished our goal of reducing litter with a friendly competition and were excited to see how enthusiastic our fellow Interactors were!

The District Interact Council of 7930 is completely student run, and created the Green Hunt to motivate both Interact and Rotary into engaging with each other through an environmentally friendly competition. It was electric during the competition as each Interact club scrambled to their assigned sites and rushed to clean up litter during the allotted 1 hour and 15 minutes they were given. In the end, Lynn Interact claimed the victory and won a three-hundred-dollar prize. It was a fantastic experience!

A special thanks to Council members Amy Harden from Reading and Spencer Bagtaz from Wilmington for co-chairing this event. If the Green Hunt sounds like something your club would like to participate in…. I have good news! The District Interact Council of 7930 will be doing this event again next year! Come join us.  You might even win the Green Hunt!
Pictured above is Team Lilli cleaning up Spot Pond and below are Interactors with Advisors.

With thanks!
Grace Brogan, District 7930 Interact Governor