Pickens Knights of Columbus give back


The Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Shanna Spinda, second from the right, a Special Education Teacher at Pickens Elementary School. Pickens Elementary helps students with disabilities develop mentally, physically, and emotionally through an individualized program. From the left are co-chairman Phil Cournoyer, Grand Knight Don Thurlow and Joe Weidemann, chairman Columbus HOPE Foundation — Council 9576.


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The Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Shanna Spinda, second from the right, a Special Education Teacher at Pickens Elementary School. Pickens Elementary helps students with disabilities develop mentally, physically, and emotionally through an individualized program. From the left are co-chairman Phil Cournoyer, Grand Knight Don Thurlow and Joe Weidemann, chairman Columbus HOPE Foundation — Council 9576.

The Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Shanna Spinda, second from the right, a Special Education Teacher at Pickens Elementary School. Pickens Elementary helps students with disabilities develop mentally, physically, and emotionally through an individualized program. From the left are co-chairman Phil Cournoyer, Grand Knight Don Thurlow and Joe Weidemann, chairman Columbus HOPE Foundation — Council 9576.
http://theeasleyprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_knightscheckspinda.jpgThe Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Shanna Spinda, second from the right, a Special Education Teacher at Pickens Elementary School. Pickens Elementary helps students with disabilities develop mentally, physically, and emotionally through an individualized program. From the left are co-chairman Phil Cournoyer, Grand Knight Don Thurlow and Joe Weidemann, chairman Columbus HOPE Foundation — Council 9576. Courtesy photo
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