Posted by Steve Lettau on Nov 10, 2021

By Lucia Francis

Homestead High School Interact club collected over 700 pounds of food this past weekend in support of Family Sharing.   The high school members of the club under the leadership of Josie Campbell and Kassidy Hill, Co-Presidents, organized the drive and distributed flyers announcing the food drive. Dressed up in costumes, the Interactors went Trick or Treating for Hunger.  

This food drive is an annual tradition for the club and this year students toured the Family Sharing food pantry and thrift store. Julie Hoover, Executive Director of Family Sharing provided students with significant information about the needs of others and how the community works to support those in need. Congratulations to the Interact students, their effort will make a difference in the lives of many. 

The Mequon-Thiensville Sunrise Rotary Club sponsors the Homestead Interact club.  Their successful food drive was supported by the donations of Rotarians, visited neighborhoods, the Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville and club members.  

Thank you to all the donors.