SUMMERVILLE—Knights of Columbus Assembly 1900 presented essay awards for “What the American Flag Means to Me” at their banquet recently at St. John the Beloved Church. Penelope Wood, the first-place winner who received $100, read her essay at the ceremony. Kamdyn Mullis won second place and $75, and Kaitlin Ives won third place and $50. Each student also received a flag kit and achievement certificate. The awards were presented by Faithful Navigator Ronald Povero and Ted Musselman, essay chairman.
LONGS—Knights of Columbus Council 7122 recently presented a check for $2,000 to Karen Luzzo, principal of Holy Trinity School. The Knights raised the money from their Valentine’s Day dance held at Our Lady Star of […]
GEORGETOWN/PAWLEYS ISLAND—Knights of Columbus Assembly 3272 recently delivered more than 800 items of clothing, gas and grocery cards, toiletries, linens, reading glasses, and more, to the Ralph H. Johnson V.A. Medical Center in Charleston. Precious […]
WASHINGTON—Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan and Archbishop William E. Lori — as chairmen of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities and Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty, respectively — commended the U.S. […]