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St. Thomas Aquinas Council 14209 at the University of Connecticut in Storrs donated funds for Nate Harrison to purchase a model of a fetus in the womb at 10, 12, 14 and 16 weeks. Harrison, who is also a member of the university's pro-life club, uses the display as part of the club's activities.


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Calvary Council 8144 in South Portland sponsored a benefit dinner at St. John the Evangelist Church to benefit military families that need home heating assistance. The event — coupled with a raffle for a U.S. flag blanket — raised $2,200 to assist the families of active military personnel who need help paying their home energy bills.

Father Roger J. Bolduc Council 8414 in Grand Isle led a fundraising campaign to purchase a new coal-fired boiler for St. Gerard Church. With the parish facing a $65,000 shortfall in funding, the council decided to alleviate part of the church's financial burden by complementing its oil furnace with coal for use during the coldest parts of winter. Knights raised nearly $30,000 for the new coal boiler and volunteered an additional 300 hours to aid with the installation.


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St. Joseph Council 11379 in Charlton hosted a blood drive at its parish that netted 62 units of blood.


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Cranston Council 1738 hosted a murder mystery dinner-dance at the Murder on Us Dinner Theater in Providence. More than 100 people attended the event, which raised $2,000 for a relief fund for soldiers that is maintained by the U.S. Army National Guard.



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