LHS Interact honors Laurel Fire, Police | Schools
The following is a press release from the Laurel School District:
The Laurel High School Interact Club honored the Laurel Fire and Laurel Police departments for their service as a way to commemorate 9/11.
The students presented Police Chief Tyrone Stewart and Fire Chief Gregory King with gifts to share with their personnel. The club members expressed their appreciation for local emergency officials and the essential role they have in communities around the country.
Interact is Rotary International’s service club for ages 12 to 18.
Pictured: Raven Hayes, Victoria Evans, Tekendra Dean and April Jones; Konswayla Moody, Gaybrail Jones, Sharmonica White, Joneicia Collier, Mollie Ward, Reagan Evans and Taylor Bell; Kylauna McDonald, Alexus Hampton, Chief Tyrone Stewart, Gabrielle Hughes and Kaitlyn Pearson.
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