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.
GOOSE CREEK—Members of the Knights of Columbus Assembly 3697 celebrated the 119th anniversary of their founding in February. The Fourth Degree Knights provided clergy support for the celebration of Mass at Immaculate Conception Church. Sir Knights participating […]
Sgt. Gary Rose looked out and saw a wounded soldier 50 meters outside his company’s perimeter, stranded in the middle of North Vietnamese Army machine gun fire during a Vietnam War Special Forces mission in […]
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 […]