Interact hosts Pulsera Project


Jeannie Alexander

Interact students are currently selling bracelets made in Nicaragua and Guatemala.

Rayna Christy, Managing Editor

The Interact Club is currently hosting an international service project called the Pulsera Project. Within this project, the club sells handmade bracelets made in Nicaragua and Guatemala. All of the money made from the sales is sent back to the respective artisans. The club began selling Oct.3 , and the sales will end Oct. 14. Bracelets can be bought for $7 in the nurse’s office or Jill Shugart’s room (230).

All of the bracelets that are not sold are sent back, and they are then sold by other schools who participate in the project. The project is widespread, and more than 3,000 schools have participated. This is the club’s third time doing the project.

“My goal for this project is to make at least $1000 and for us to help ‘color the world’ at LCM,” Interact sponsor Jeannie Alexander said.