La Jolla High Interact builds homes in Mexico

La Jolla High School’s Interact Club ventured to Tecate for two weekends in May to build homes for two families.

The homes were constructed using a novel new building system from La Jolla-based Icology Group.

Interact club, a community service club sponsored and guided by the Rotary Club of La Jolla, has completed a total of 14 homes for impoverished families in the Baja area.

Monies for the building materials were generated by students’ fundraising combined with contributions from La Jolla Rotary club members and the Health and Harmony Foundation. For additional information, see www.LJInteract.org and .

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