Port Angeles High School Interact Club members are front row, from left, Yau Fu, Maizie Tucker, Hayden Webber and Trinity Laws and back row, from left, Emma Weaver, Molly Scofield, Olivia Carroll and Yun Chong.

Port Angeles High School Interact Club members are front row, from left, Yau Fu, Maizie Tucker, Hayden Webber and Trinity Laws and back row, from left, Emma Weaver, Molly Scofield, Olivia Carroll and Yun Chong.

PA High School club collecting items for homeless

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles High School Rotary Interact Club is sponsoring a drive to collect supplies for the homeless through Friday, Feb. 19.

The club has established drop-off locations at the entrance foyer of Port Angeles High School, 304 E. Park Ave.; the foyer at the Lincoln Center, 905 W. Ninth St.; and the lobby of the Shore Aquatic Center, 225 E. Fifth St.

Donated items will go to community members in need.

Requested items include wash cloths, cotton swabs, athlete’s foot cream, baby wipes, hand warmers and band aids.

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