Students prepare for Santa Claus parade in Powell River

Members of Brooks Interact spent their afternoon on Saturday, November 23, creating decorations for their float in the annual Santa Claus Parade, taking place on Marine Avenue (between Westview Avenue and Alberni Street) in Powell River on Sunday, December 1, beginning at 4 pm.

[From left] Mia Jones, Lucas Laroche, Jenna Kowai, Ena Honda, Leona Yeh, Amy Zaikow, Ally Boyd, Delaney Long and Maddie Keil.

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The Brooks Secondary School students chose a Hawaiian theme because Rotary International’s 2020 convention will be held in that American state.

Interact is part of the organization’s youth programs for people aged 12 to 18.

Rotarians also are working to charter a Rotaract club for young adults aged 19 to 30.

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