Rotary Club of Grand Island, New York

Posted by Mike Billoni on Oct 11, 2019
Rotary Club of Grand Island’s High School Interact Club
to be heavily involved in Supervisor Candidates’ Night
 
Four students will Moderate Questions for the three candidates 
 
The Rotary Club of Grand Island’s first Town Supervisor Candidates’ Night, with assistance from the Grand Island High School Interact Club, will be held Wednesday, October 16 from 7-9 p.m. in the Grand Viking Theatre inside the high school at 1100 Ransom Road.  
The candidates running for Supervisor are Thomas Franz, Conservative Party; Jim Sharpe, Democratic and Working Families Parties; and John C. Whitney, PC, Republican and Independence Parties.
The Rotary Club announced two dozen students from its High School Interact program will participate in the event as moderators, greeters and runners to obtain questions from the audience.  
The three candidates will be seated behind a table on the stage and four students will serve as moderators, asking the questions.  They will be assisted by Rotarian Mike Billoni, chair of the event.
Seniors Lucas Kruse and Luke Hess and sophomores Alexis Nguyen and Natalie Carter will be the moderators.  Junior Amina Shaibi will serve as time-keeper.  Kruse and Hess are co-presidents of this year’s High School Interact program under Laura Estenoz, a High School teacher and the long-time Interact Advisor.