Interact Club holds protein food drive for Power Packs Project

Earlier this month, the Lampeter-Strasburg Interact Club held a protein food drive for the Power Packs Project. The high school collected over 700 cans of tuna, chicken, and peanut butter.

The Power Packs Project aims to improve the mental and physical health of the children in the program by helping their parents provide nutritious meals over weekends when the school breakfast and lunch programs are unavailable to them.

Mrs. Cathy Lynch advised the Interact Club.

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