Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids program benefits local schools


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Shown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess are Monroe Elementary School are Principal Leah Ann Childers, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, center.

Shown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess are Monroe Elementary School are Principal Leah Ann Childers, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, center.


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Shown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess at Plain City Elementary School are Principal Kathy Hicks, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, right.


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The Knights of Columbus Council 12772 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 670 W. Main St., Plain City, recently donated three boxes of children’s winter coats for needy children in the Monroe and the Plain City Elementary Schools.

The coats were delivered to waiting school staff on Thursday, Aug. 20 by Knights Bob Hess, Jim Bradley and Phil Powers.

Coats for Kids is a nationwide charity program sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Supreme Headquarters in New Haven Connecticut.

Shown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess are Monroe Elementary School are Principal Leah Ann Childers, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, center.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/08/web1_KOCCoatspic2col1.jpgShown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess are Monroe Elementary School are Principal Leah Ann Childers, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, center. Courtesy photo

Shown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess at Plain City Elementary School are Principal Kathy Hicks, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, right.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/08/web1_KOCCoatspic1col1.jpgShown with the Knights of Columbus brothers Phil Powers, Jim Bradley and Bob Hess at Plain City Elementary School are Principal Kathy Hicks, left, and Secretary Pat Webb, right. Courtesy photo

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