Posted by Joseph Kitchen on Oct 03, 2019
The Bath High School Interact Club has had a busy few weeks.
Club members were issued T-shirts to wear at all of our events this year. They were made available free of charge thanks to sponsorships from area businesses. 
A few of their projects so far include:
- Several of the members volunteered their time to support the Bath Music Association by working in the concession stand during the Bath High School band spectacular.
- They participated in the 2019 Bath High School homecoming parade and threw out some cool spirit items to the parade attendees. There were a lot of people in attendance, and it was a lot of fun.
- The club purchased mini pom-poms to pass out to the crowd at the Bath High School homecoming game on Friday night vs Celina. One of their goals this year is to help promote school spirit!
- They are in the process of teaching incoming freshmen and new club members the Rotary Four-Way test which we recite at the beginning of every meeting.
- The club has secured two dates to volunteer at the West Ohio Food Bank. One in November, and one in January. This is one of their favorite service projects.
- The club has launched their online Spirit Den. Through a partnership with a local company, the club sells Bath High school clothing and other items, with a portion of the proceeds going to their scholarship fund. Additionally, funds raised help support other service projects throughout the year. If you would like to place an order, go to, and click on “Spirit Den.”
Club Advisor, Missy Vandemark, and Lima Rotary Club liaison, Joe Kitchen, are excited about the size of the group this year which is well over 100 students!
As you can see, the Bath High School Interact Club is off and running. We look forward to another great year of “Service Above Self!”
Photos: Our 2019-20 t-shirts, front & back