New President for Cranleigh Interact Club

New Interact Club President with President Brian Vine

The Interact Club is going from strength to strength, with 21 registered members in February 2012.

Meanwhile, Sophia Ambrose from Cranleigh School was installed in September 2011 as the new President of the Interact Club, in the presence of members of the Rotary Club of Cranleigh, including the President, Brian Vine.  The Cranleigh Rotary Club is the official sponsor of the Interact Club and the Rotarians are delighted to be able to support the students in their efforts.

In addiiton to baking and selling cup cakes, their recent fundraising efforts included a Mufti Shoe Day / Hat Day on 1 February, when students raised £570 by wearing non-regulation shoes to school for the day, raising more than £280 by selling Krispy Kremes in Cranleigh School and St Joseph's on 8 February, followed by use of the school sports hall  for parachute jumps; and selling wrist bands on behalf of “Help the Heroes”.  

Photo captions: Interact Club Nov 2011

Top: Brian Vine, President of the Rotary Club of Cranleigh, with Sophia Ambrose, the new President of the Cranleigh School and St Joseph's Interact Club.


Below: A get-together of Rotarians, school staff and members of the Interact Club.