NORTH MYRTLE BEACH—Knights of Columbus Council 7122, the Columbiettes, and volunteers of all ages helped collect more than $24,000 during the Operation HOPE Tootsie Roll campaign to help special needs children last year. The money was donated to schools with special education departments. Council 7122 presented checks on March 18 to Mary Lynn Porter and Renee Fowler of Ocean Drive Elementary School, Michael Rowell of Waterway Elementary School, Jeremy Williams of The Grand Strand Down Syndrome Society, Gracie Williams of Horry County ARC, and Linda Trost of Current Transitions. Riverside Elementary school also received a check.
AIKEN—The town hall meeting scheduled for the Aiken Deanery on Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. will be held at St. Angela Hall, 118 York St. SE. It was originally slated to be held at the […]
WASHINGTON—Capt. Gary M. Rose, awarded the Medal of Honor in 2017 for extraordinary heroism during the Vietnam War, now sees one of his most important personal missions as being an advocate for veterans suffering from […]
SUMMERVILLE—Thomas Bloomer’s connection to the Knights of Columbus started in childhood. His late father, a U.S. Navy veteran who served in World War II and Korea, was a life member and would take his family […]