The Morse High School Interact Club raises money and awareness of the importance to END POLIO NOW!
On October 24, Rotary's World Polio Day, the Morse High School Interact Club held a "Purple Pinky Project." Their goal was to raise awareness of the importance of eradicating polio, which has been one of Rotary's goals since the 1980's.  The students collected $100 to donate to our club, which will be matched by the club and donated to the Rotary Founadtion's END POLIO NOW program.  The total donation that the Bath Sunrise Club will make will be matched 2 to 1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation!  If you'd like to make a donation, visit our Rotary District's END POLIO NOW.  Our goal is to raise $100,000, so we appreciate your support!