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Warren Interact Community Club recently held a charter night for the new organization. Pictured, front row, from left, are Cooper Thurman, Walt Jones, and Beckham Scott. Second row, Dalton Burks, Anuja Patel, Emma Grace Madewell, Crosley Smith, Nicolette Newby, Hannah Griffin, and Samuel Griffin. Back row, Kaylee Smith, Chloe Hillis, Landon Spivey, Alex Jones, Rotary district governor Fred Heitman, Joaquin Salcedo San Martin, Jesus Salcedo San Martin, Garrett Thurman and Jaydon Brantley. Not pictured are Newby Anderson and Taisei Yasunaga.

There’s a new Interact Club in town.
Warren Interact Community Club recently held its charter meeting with Rotary district governor Fred Heitman in attendance.
The club is open to all Warren County students in grades 6-12 regardless of where they attend school. There are 20 charter members from Covenant Academy, WCMS, WCHS, and the homeschool community. The club was organized in the fall of 2016 by advisors Michelle Jones and Karen Spivey.
Members have been busy even before their official charter meeting. The club has already helped with Share A Christmas Dinner distribution and also baked Christmas cookies and delivered them to local fire, police and ambulance stations.
Officers are president Alex Jones, vice president Landon Spivey, secretary Dalton Burks, treasurer Nicolette Newby, and club directors Anuja Patel and Crosley Smith.
Warren Interact Community Club is sponsored by both the McMinnville Breakfast and Noon Rotary clubs with Susan Barrett, Megan Hamblen Taylor, and Ray “Buzz” Spivey serving as Rotary sponsors.
Anyone interested in joining the club is welcome to email spiveyfamily@blomand.net.