Lobster fundraiser rolls in the dough


Jenna Taormina

Members of interact club put together lobster rolls for the annual fundraiser

JENNA TAORMINA, Staff Writer, Editor

This year, the Gloucester High School Interact club has raised over $4,000 dollars in their biggest fundraiser of the year selling lobster rolls.

The club sold over 425 lobster rolls to people in and around Gloucester.

“We’ve done more than we’ve ever done,” said adviser Julie Geary. “This is the most we’ve ever sold.”

On Friday November 6, thirty club members got together to make the lobster rolls during the first two blocks of the day. Students put the lobster meat into the buns while other students wrapped them and others packaged them for delivery.

“It’s more than just making lobster rolls,” said Interact secretary Macaella Oliver.

After the hard part was done, students took their lobster rolls and delivered them to homes and  businesses around the city.

Proceeds from the lobster rolls go to various international, national, and local charities and organizations. Some of the charities are the American Cancer Society, Red Cross, and the Open Door Food Pantry.

If anyone is interested in joining Interact Club, contact Mr. Perreault in room 2217 or email him at [email protected]