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High School’s Interact Club donates to homeless organization 

Left to right:  Mimi Rodriguez from ECHO, Jesse Palmer, Kaitlin Covarrubias, Alissa King and Tatum Van Horn, Paso Robles High School Interact Club. Courtesy photo.

Left to right: Mimi Rodriguez from ECHO, Jesse Palmer, Kaitlin Covarrubias, Alissa King and Tatum Van Horn, Paso Robles High School Interact Club. Courtesy photo.

At a recent meeting, the Interact Club of Paso Robles High School voted to donate $200 to the El Camino Homeless Organization. After an educational tour of the facility, which houses approximately 50 residents on a daily basis, the students presented the facility with a check.

Paso Robles Rotary also donated $400 to the shelter, which houses many people from the Paso Robles area. Since there is no shelter in Paso Robles, the shelter in Atascadero is the nearest facility for those people.

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