Knights of Columbus Council 10567 was recognized by Adamsville Elementary during a ceremony to dedicate its new playground on Sunday, September 27, 2015.
Council 10567's project to help raise money for new playground equipment at Adamsville Elementary was completed recently when the Council presented a check for $1,228.51 to Susan Remick, the school’s principal. The Knights also helped with manpower during the project.
The funds were raised from the Council's Boston butt sales for Memorial Day.
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Representing the Council at the ceremony were (l-r) Financial Secretary and project lead Dale Blanchard; Brother Knight Doug Blanchard; Brother Knight McCahill Smith; Brother Knight Charles Blanchard; Deputy Grand Knight Mike Wehby; and Past Grand Knight Rob Smith.