The Braintree Rotary Club looked to the Interact Club (the High School version of Rotary) at to help collect dental supplies during the month of February.
Braintree Rotary Club President Joanne Tully is planning a trip to the Dominican Republic in April to work on the Clean Water Project that the Club has been involved in over the past year or so. She will be helping to install water filters in homes in the Constanza region which has no access to clean water. She will be bringing the toothbrushes and toothpaste with her to deliver to those families and those that are being treated at the Medical Clinic run by the Constanza Medical Mission (a South Shore Mission that reached out to Rotary to implement the Clean Water project).
Both President Tully (far right in the photo above) and Mike Clancy (far left), Assistant Treasurer of the club, recently visited BHS and met with the Interact Club. The students presented them with two large boxes of dental supplies that they collected at the high school in just a few short weeks. This is a great example of how these two Clubs work together, making a difference in the lives of people not only in Braintree, but in other parts of the world.
–Braintree Rotary Club