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Knights of Columbus Insurance Contributed Their Services

Knights of Columbus Insurance Contributed Their Services in Dartmouth Bi-Annual Cleaning Program

Knights of Columbus Insurance added their services for St. Thomas More Council 13987 in Dartmouth carried out its bi-annual cleaning up along the council's adopted stretch of highway. Knights of Columbus Insurance removed 14 sacks of trash to help bi-annual cleaning program.

In the recent clergy gratitude event, Knights of Columbus Carl Anderson from Ontario District #53, 89 and 102 presented a reverse auction to help Deacon Fuad Neimer-Boutros, who was harmed in a mishap and whose treatment therapy is not really covered by insurance. The fundraising netted more than $7,500 to assist with Neimer-Boutros' medical expenses.

Blessed John Paul II Assembly in Markham presented an honor guard for a procession marking the 46th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Knights walked along with a figurine of Mary during the function that is the primary processions of its kind through Toronto's Chinatown.

Bishop P. F. Crinnon Assembly in Lucan provided an honor guard for a Mass celebrating the 50th ordination anniversary of Father Greg Blonde at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Grand Bend.

Father Les Costello Council 2403 in Timmins completed a $10,000 pledge to St. Anthony Padua Cathedral to assist undertakes a $1 million restoration challenge at the church. Knights sent their commitment two years earlier by simply selling charity cash calendars, as well as the funds is going to be accustomed to repoint all the mortar at the stone cathedral.

All Saints Council 7570 in Strathroy held a charity golf tournament June 1 at Akrona Fairways with over one hundred golf players in attendance. The event raised approximately $6,000 through whole sponsors and entry fees for a number of local charities, stated Knights of Columbus Carl Anderson.

Knights of Columbus Insurance had been put together to give financial assistance to associates and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.

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