K of C gives donation


The St. Casper’s Knights of Columbus, represented by Grand Knight Fred Allen and Trustee Larry Restivo, presented a check for $1,000 to the Fulton County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent Beth Friess. This money was raised through the K of C Measure Up Campaign and will help individuals with developmental disabilities in their activities to learn to be better advocates for themselves.

The St. Casper’s Knights of Columbus, represented by Grand Knight Fred Allen and Trustee Larry Restivo, presented a check for $1,000 to the Fulton County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent Beth Friess. This money was raised through the K of C Measure Up Campaign and will help individuals with developmental disabilities in their activities to learn to be better advocates for themselves.


The St. Casper’s Knights of Columbus, represented by Grand Knight Fred Allen and Trustee Larry Restivo, presented a check for $1,000 to the Fulton County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent Beth Friess. This money was raised through the K of C Measure Up Campaign and will help individuals with developmental disabilities in their activities to learn to be better advocates for themselves.

The St. Casper’s Knights of Columbus, represented by Grand Knight Fred Allen and Trustee Larry Restivo, presented a check for $1,000 to the Fulton County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent Beth Friess. This money was raised through the K of C Measure Up Campaign and will help individuals with developmental disabilities in their activities to learn to be better advocates for themselves.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2018/08/web1_check-passing.jpgThe St. Casper’s Knights of Columbus, represented by Grand Knight Fred Allen and Trustee Larry Restivo, presented a check for $1,000 to the Fulton County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent Beth Friess. This money was raised through the K of C Measure Up Campaign and will help individuals with developmental disabilities in their activities to learn to be better advocates for themselves.