Egyptian soldiers stationed at Fort Leonard Wood were treated to a presentation about the United States through the eyes of Waynesville High School Interact students.
Waynesville High School’s Interact Club hosted its first International Night, which featured soldiers from Egypt who are stationed at Fort Leonard Wood. After enjoying Egyptian cuisine, the soldiers provided information about their country, and the students shared their view of the United States through their teenage eyes.
The Interact Club is affiliated with the Rotary Club of Pulaski County (Club #58661 of District 6080), which provided the evening’s “American” dessert of cobbler and ice cream. Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service and encourage high ethical standards. Rotary also promotes world understanding through humanitarian service and educational and cultural exchanges.