Thank you to the Morse HS Interact Club for their successful Purple Pinky Event!
When polio immunizations are done around the world, volunteers are marking the child's pinkie with purple to show that they have been immunized.  A number of years ago, the Purple Pinky Project was started as a way to raise funds to help with the fight against polio.  Students who donate money to the cause are also given a purple pinky!  We are so proud of the Morse HS Interact Club for holding the event, and thank them for all they do to help make a difference in their community and the world! And a big thank you to their advisor, Leslie Trundy for all of her hard work too! Click on the photo album in the column on the right for more photos.