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Interact Clubs Keeping it REEL on Litter

Updated: Dec 16, 2023

Two of American Samoa's Interact Clubs took to social media this week in a fun anti-littering campaign. Tafuna High School Interact Club and Fa'asao Marist High School Interact Club created videos and Facebook Reels to encourage the public to use the new trash bins in Lions Park.

Students high five around a trash can.
Fa'asao Marist students prodiced their own anti-littering video.

The park recently got new trash cans thanks to the Rotary Club of Pago Pago, American Samoa Government's Parks & Recreation Department, Starkist Samoa, Pala Lagoon Swimming Center, and the Lions Club of Pago Pago. Read about the project here in a previous post.

The Interact students, at the Rotary Club's suggestion, decided to make short videos to tell everyone about the new yellow, blue, and white bins. The videos feature the students' writing, production and acting skills.

The students and their partners hope these videos will help keep the park clean. They also promise to take care of the bins to keep the park tidy for years to come.

Students posing with a litter bin in a public park.
Tafuna High School Students create cinematic masterpiece.


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