The Kerrville Morning Rotary, in conjunction with the Tivy Interact Club,  held a Polio Purple Pinkies project  to raise funds and awareness of  the polio virus  still  active in two countries in the world.  The Interact Club  painted pinkies for a donation, usually a dollar, during the school lunch period.   Nancy Gawryszewski, math department and Interact Club sponsor said, “We have a great group of Interact students that want to reach out and help others. Through the Purple Pinkies project Tivy Interact students have worked to inform the student body about Polio and Rotary’s efforts to eradicate it from the planet. It has been a campus effort to raise funds and awareness involving students and faculty alike.”