Our Club promotes community service by students by sponsoring Rotary Interact Clubs at local high schools and supporting their serivce projects.  This month, we are contributing $250 to the Irvington High School Interact Club’s “Survival Sacks” project. This project is part of their goal to dispel the notion that the homeless are untrustworthy, uneducated, scary, or dangerous.  They are assembling and distributing survival sacks containing a tooth brush, toothpaste, small towel, a blanket, soap, disposable hand wipes, and other basic needs.  These items will be particularly useful as we approach the winter weather. The kits will also include a cheer-up note from the Interactors to let the homeless know that people do care and are willing to lend a helpful hand.