A Burlington High School service group is seeking new members to join its ranks for the coming school year. The High School Interact Club is one of some 10,700 Interact clubs sponsored worldwide by local Rotary clubs. Open to young people 12 to 18, the clubs participate in a variety of local service projects. The Burlington High School club is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Burlington. Starting with 20 members eight years ago, the club has grown to 75 members as of the last school year. Some of its activities last year included participating in a Buddy Walk in Wakefield to raise awareness about Down syndrome; collecting socks and making holiday cards for veterans; designing and creating a haunted house for the town’s Halloween Spooktacular; and assisting with the Rotary Club of Burlington’s annual Valentine’s Day dinner for senior citizens. At Easter, the students purchased supplies and made Easter baskets for children at the Burlington Food Pantry. The club also planted a Tree of Hope at the Rotary Fountain on the town common. Interested students can join the club at the high school club fair in September.