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Hancock High School’s Interact Club gives back ringing bells for the Salvation Army

Two seniors on the Hancock Interact Club ring bells for the Salvation Army in front of Gino’s. Shown on the left Hannah Bastian and on the right Tristin Holman.
Co-Presidents of the Hancock Interact Club ring bells for the Salvation Army in front of KC Bonkers. On the left is Alexandra Huotari and on the the right is D’Andra Kero.

On Dec. 10, the Hancock High School Interact volunteered their time during the school day to give back to their community by ringing bells for the Salvation Army. The members took time to get business’s permission to ring bells in or outside of the stores. A big thank you goes out to: KC Bonkers, Gino’s, Holiday, and Pat’s Foods in Hancock for letting us use your storefront. In total, the Hancock Interact Club raised $245.61 for the Salvation Army. Thank you to those who came out to donate to a good cause. It was a good experience for those members to get out and give back to the communities.