Neshannock High School Interact Club

New Castle Rotary 89 is proud to partner with Neshannock High School students and their Rotary Interact Club.
The club currently has approximately 25 members from grades 10-12
Co-Presidents are Miranda Thomas and Nicole Barnes (both Ryla 2017 participants)
Secretary is Arianna Brown
Public relations is Lynae Imasa
Treasurer is Paige Rhodes
Faculty Advisor is Mrs. DeVincentis.

Neshannock Interact Club Members Visit

Neshannock Interactors Samantha Angelucci, Taegan Scheller, Alexa Ong, Rachael Doran, and Brooke Presnar, updated the New Castle Rotary membership about their activities and plans for the year. They also answered questions about why they joined Interact and the benefits of being club members.

SoctoberFest 2023 Success for Neshannock Interact Club & Support for End Polio Now

Interact members holding socks for Socktober –Samantha Angelucci, Taegan Scheller, Alexa Ong, Rachael Doran, and Brooke Presnar, with their Advisor Brenda DeVicentis.  They received 278 pairs of socks donated by the Rotary Club members toward their goal of 1,000 pairs of socks for those in need.
They also collected $161 towards End Polio Now, a Rotary International Goal, by painting pinkies purple and adding club members’ names to their signboard for a small donation. Rotary has been working to eradicate polio for more than 35 years. Our goal of ridding the world of this disease is closer than ever.
Also pictured is the Interact President painting the club president’s pinkie, as part of the Pinkies for Polio fundraiser.

Neshannock Interact Club attends meeting on Lawrence County Veterans Affairs

On March 5 2018, Rotary Interact Club members Isabella Spencer and Milana Ross attended the Rotary Club #89 luncheon which was held at the Confluence. They are pictured with Seargent of Arms member Mr Nick Binder.

The lunch discussion was about Veterans Affairs programs in Lawrence County.  After the discussion, the Neshannock Interact Club would like to sponsor a fundraiser to help send a Lawrence County Veteran to Washington DC to visit the war memorials.

Anyone wishing to donate to this fundraiser can contact Interact advisor Mrs DeVincentis at

Blanket Drive benefits United Way

The 2017 blanket drive organized by the Neshannock Rotary Interact Club (sponsored by the New Castle Rotary Club # 89) was very successful. More than 110 blankets were collected during the month of November.

This blanket drive supported the Lawrence County United Way program who distributes the new blankets to Lawrence County Agencies to aid the homeless in our county.

The 24 Interact Club members thank the community members for their generous support.