Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus have to give us direction, and we’ve gotten none so far ... The charter is still in effect, and we’ll have to decide whether we’re going to renew it upon its expiration. I’m sorry this even exists as a story.
Many thanks to the Knights of Columbus! The response of the Supreme, State and local councils to the Oklahoma tornado effort is outstanding.
As an organization whose first principle is Charity, the Knights of Columbus is pleased to be able to assist those who have had their lives so disrupted by this tornado ... We continue to pray for those affected â both the living and the deceased â and look forward to continuing to help the survivors as they rebuild their towns and their lives.More quotes »
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Bristol Knights of Columbus to host Life Line Screening event July 12
Members of the community can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture when the Bristol Knights of Columbus host a Life Line Screening July 12 at 360 King St. Four key points every person needs to know: ∎ Stroke is the third leading 6/18/13 from The Bristol Press Read more »
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ANNOUNCE WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT
for July 20 and July 21. Anyone who wishes to support the project financially may visit or contact Duane Belanger, Veterans Program Director for the Maine State Knights of Columbus at (207) 951-2874 or via email at email@example.com from Bangor Daily News Read more »
Ingalls Park takes advantage of Streaks errors
It was a case of giveth by the Ottawa Knights of Columbus Streaks and taketh by Ingalls Park of Joliet on Sunday afternoon. A handful's worth of defensive miscues by the Streaks resulted in three unearned runs crossing the plate during their 7-5 loss to Ingalls from The Times Read more »
Old Glory retired 'with dignity' at ceremony in Mandarin
gathered beneath the trees behind St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mandarin to “retire” worn American flags. The Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Assembly collected more than 100 flags in recent weeks after announcing plans for a public event at which the from Jacksonville.com Read more »
Explosive running backs look to lead Montana; BHS’s Bunney joins Vitt, Brekke to form strong rushing unit
CITY — Arie Grey wasn’t allowed to bring his quarterback to the Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl. So he brought his Bunney instead. Zach Bunney is part of an explosive trio of running backs that hopes to lead Montana to a victory over North Dakota in the from The Montana Standard Read more »