TEC Interact Club students hosted their first Superhero Fundraiser on Saturday, October 7th. Over one hundred children from the community came out to take part in the fun. TEC Interact students supervised ten SUPER stations including an obstacle course, a Hulk Smash station, a slime making area, a face-painting space, and the infamous Silly String the Villain jail! The event included a small breakfast for the children and light refreshments for adults. Additionally, several of the students volunteered to dress up as superheroes and villains, entertaining the crowd by doing back flips, showing off their super strength, and posing with the children for pictures. Overall, it was a very successful event for the club and the community. As the Interact Club embodies a mission to give back to those in need, this nonprofit organization will use the funds from this event towards helping the less fortunate in both our own community and the world.  Interact Club advisors Tim Campbell and Sarah Bernhardt would like to thank everyone who came out to support the club, and they look forward to hosting this event again next year.