Sycamore students send 61 boxes of supplies to troops | Community Spirit
SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - After 11 days of collecting personal items and bagged candy, Sycamore High School’s Interact Club, a community service and volunteer organization for students sponsored by the Rotary Club of Blue Ash and Montgomery, sent 61 boxes of supplies to the Army platoon of 2008 Sycamore graduate Scott Ferris, who is based in Afghanistan. Ferris is also the son of Sue Ferris, Sycamore High School special education teacher.
“Our most sincere ‘thank you’ goes to the entire Sycamore community, our staff and our students for an amazing display of generosity. The Interact Club is extremely grateful for all of the donations,” said Kate Korchok, Interact Club advisor. “We hope that the donated personal care supplies and bagged candy brighten the spirits of the men and women who are working hard to secure America’s freedom. We support all of the troops as they spend the holidays fighting for our freedom.”