SPARC/Interact Club Helps Those in Need

Nineteen members of Carle Place High School’s SPARC/Interact Club are truly angels this winter season, helping senior citizens in the community battle the harsh winter weather. Dubbed “snow angels,” the high school students shovel the driveways of local senior citizens following each snowstorm. So far this season, they have braved three winter storms to clear driveways, pathways and snow-covered cars for the seniors.

The SPARC/Interact Club, advised by Kieran Morris, has also been busy with other community-service initiatives. Nine members recently demonstrated their compassion for others and their passion for service by volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park. The club members prepared a delicious home-style dinner for more than 50 people currently residing at the Ronald McDonald House – those who have a child or sibling being treated in the adjacent Cohen Children’s Medical Center.

The Carle Place School District extends its appreciation and gratitude to all members of the SPARC/Interact Club for their continued dedication to service and commitment to helping the community.