Members of Port Jefferson High School's Interact Club and Habitat for Humanity Clubs hit the streets of Long Island recently, lending a hand near and far to those in need.
The school's Interact Club volunteered last weekend collecting food at a local supermarket, which went to benefit the Open Cupboard, the food pantry at Infant Jesus Catholic Church.
Fourteen students with the school's Habitat for Humanity club drove down to Bellport to help build a home late last week.
“Our two projects at the house were sheetrocking and cleaning up the property to prepare for soil,” said Sarah Ogden. She and Dierdre Filippe led both groups.