The Hillcrest High School Interact Club needs to raise $6,000 so the students can renovated the school’s old, run-down courtyard. Here’s how they plan to do it.
In collaboration with Dallas ISD and the Park Cities Rotary Club, the 120 or so members of Interact will sell and install personalized bricks for $100 each to create a commemorative “Panther Walkway.” The idea is to honor supporters and those whose lives have been shaped by Hillcrest – parents, students and alumni. Their plan also includes repairing broken sidewalks and putting in a wheelchair ramp for the first time.
The Interact Club began five years ago with frequent support from the Rotary Club. The students follow the Rotary Club’s motto of “service above self” as they carry out community service projects.
Go here to buy a brick and help contribute to the commemorative renovation.
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