GEORGETOWN/PAWLEYS ISLAND—Knights of Columbus Assembly 3272 raised $4,827.80 from its nine-hole captain’s choice golf tournament held at the Heritage Club. The funds will go toward the construction of a memorial honoring the men and women of Georgetown County who gave their lives in our nation’s military conflicts, starting with the Revolutionary War. The assembly presented a check of expectation on July 11 to Rodney Ward, commander of American Legion Post 114; Ron Gilbert, president of Georgetown County Veterans Memorial, Inc.; Martin Alfonsi, a member of the GCVM board of directors; and Sonny Gamble, commander of VFW Post 6444.
HARDEEVILLE—The once abandoned Mercy Ministries Thrift Store in Hardeeville was given new life when Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone blessed Catholic Charities’ newly acquired building, renaming it the Mercy Mission and making a dying religious sister’s […]
ROCK HILL—Bailey Hoover, 16, a junior at Rock Hill High School, placed second in the International Knights of Columbus 2015 Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest. She wrote her essay on “The Importance of Religious Freedom.” In […]
SIMPSONVILLE—The Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus Council 10819 held a charitable bake sale at St. Mary Magdalene Church recently. Proceeds helped purchase stoles for the four acolytes from the parish, which they will […]