VIDOR — Students in the Vidor High School Interact Club collected flip flops to donate to Vidor’s United Christian Care Center to be given to children and youth needing shoes. The drive went on for two weeks, with students posting boxes in various places around the campus. Vidor Rotary Club members also helped by bringing flip flops. The students filled three garage bags and two boxes with flip flops. The club, chartered last April, now has 51 members. Pictured, from left to right, are secretary, Ashton McDonald, Rachel Moore and Trevor Beeson.
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