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Officers of the Berlin High School Interact Club accept a $1,836 check from Fritz Schmalberger of the Berlin Lions Club. The check represents the efforts of the Interact volunteers who collected returnable bottles during the Berlin Fair. The funds support Interact projects and charities, including Rotary’s Polio Plus Project, Rotary’s water project in Guatemala and the Berlin Relay for Life. From left: Olivia Martino, Jenna Paradis, Alex Bednarek, Fritz Schmalberger and Olivia Jacques. | (Submitted by Michele Imossi)

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