Our club hosted an "InterGenFest" service event on March 30, 2019 at the Boys & Girls Club of Gig Harbor. 



The event brought together 52 seniors and youth to socialize and learn from each other. 


Students from the Interact Clubs at all three Gig Harbor high schools were involved in planning. The Boys & Girls club graciously donated use of their facility. Local businesses Panera Bread, Cutters Point Coffee, Safeway, and Costco contributed food and beverages.


Hands On Art provided watercolor supplies, and Jeffrey Waters, editor of Northwest Watercolor Society, donated his time to teach watercolor classes. 


"We want to do this again!" summed up the experience for both the seniors and young people.