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Knights Float Wins First Place in Adamsville Christmas Parade

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St. Patrick Knights of Columbus won first place in the Church float category at the 2008 Adamsville Christmas Parade.

The Knights entered the parade riding on a replica of the Pinta, one of the ships Christopher Columbus used in his journey to the new world. The Pinta was decoarated with lights and garland. Also adoring the float were American, Knights and Prolife flags. The Knights banner served as the mast.

Father Vernon Huguley and 6 other Knights rode on the float throwing candy to the crowds. The parade ended at Minor High School where they had an awards ceremony and fireworks display. The Knights float won 1st place in the Church entry category. 

The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic lay organization. We are celebrated for standing in solidarity with our priests and bishops and for our unwavering support for life. We provide members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families, and young people. With more than 1.7 million members in more than 13,000 Councils around the world, the Knights of Columbus annually donates more than $143 million and 68 million hours of service to charitable causes.

For more information on becoming a Knight, send an e-mail to knights@saintpatrickcc.com