BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Over seventy Interact Club students from Governor Livingston High School made 1,300 sandwiches to help feed the needy on November 21. Students gathered in the school cafeteria to make well over 1,000 peanut butter and jelly and cold cut sandwiches, all of which were donated to the Market Street Mission in Morristown.

"This is a great event that the students look forward to every year," said club advisor Doreen Ladinski. "Getting messy with your friends is a great way to end a school day and the students all had a lot of fun, The Mission is always very grateful to receive our donations every year in its efforts to feed the needy, especially around the holidays."

The GL faculty and staff helped out by bringing in bread to support the club's efforts. The Interact Club was also supported with donations from The Sub Zone staff, who contributed fresh rolls, and gift cards from Shop-Rite in Stirling and Kings in Gillette.

The club looks forward to helping out at the Hillside Food Bank in February. New members are always welcome.