InterAct goes ‘orange’ for health

The Bristol Central InterAct Club participated in Orange Nose Day on Oct. 3 at school. Catherine Plourde, school health services coordinator for the Bristol-Burlington Health District, invited the club members to participate. Seventeen InterAct club members wore orange clown noses during the school day. When people asked them why they were wearing clown noses, they responded, ‘Orange you glad you’re healthy?’ Then the club members shared health tips. In the photograph are: Andrew Damon-Smith, kneeling, and Nick Savino, left, Bobby Roberge, Jordyn Gauvin, Caleb Hildebrand, Tom Pelletier.school orange nose day at BCHS