On Saturday, September 11, forty Governor Livingston High School Interact Club members turned out in force for the Berkeley Heights clean-up day to pick-up trash and show their community support.

Though the opening day of school had barely passed, Interact saw a record number of students coming out for its fourth annual clean-up day. The Interact group included students from all four grade levels, who filled 75 gallon plastic bags with everything from cigarette butts to bicycle tires. The students also had a lot of fun.

Senior Conor Quinn said, "Clean- up day is an awesome Interact event. Not only do we do a great service by helping make Berkeley Heights a cleaner town, we also have a great time doing it with our friends and classmates."

Interact Club has over 100 members and is affiliated with the Berkeley Heights Rotary Club. New members are always welcome.