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Father Patterson Council 3121 in Chandler hosted its annual dinner-dance to benefit Hospice of the Valley. The event raised $4,375.

Members of Bishop Salpointe Council 4584 in Sierra Vista served hot dogs and hamburgers to attendees at a community ministry fair using a food trailer that the council had donated to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Thirty ministries from various churches and community organizations hosted information booths at the fair, which saw some 500 visitors. While some council members served food, others staffed the council's pro-life booth.

St. Thomas More Council 6442 in Lake Havasu City hosted a series of fish frys during Lent, with all proceeds donated to organizations that support area veterans.

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Members of Charles Fedler Sr. Assembly in Delta stand at attention while welcoming home members of the "Witch Doctors," a medical squadron of the Colorado National Guard that had been serving in Afghanistan. Knights were on hand to greet returning military personnel at the Montrose Airport. (Photo courtesy of Today's Catholic, Diocese of Pueblo)

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Helena Council 844 conducted its annual "Kindness Makes Miracles" program with young people from area schools. Knights asked middle-school students to compose multimedia projects — ranging from posters and essays to songs and videos — on the theme of anti-bullying. Entrants were then eligible for 15 raffle prizes given at a dinner for all participants at the council's social hall at the program's conclusion.

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Knights of Columbus Insurance agents from the Jim McCabe Agency in Albuquerque pray the rosary outside of a local Planned Parenthood surgical center. Once each quarter, the men break from their agency meeting to pray for human life at the facility, which offers abortions.

Father Roscoe Lawrence Finnegan Assembly in Las Cruces held its annual enchilada fundraiser to benefit Catholic education in Las Cruces. The event raised $6,000 to assist area schools.

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Stuart Palmer (center) of Father Charles A. Bartek Council 9431 in Jackson Hole stands of the back of a restored 1946 Jeep pickup to congratulate Katsie Long on holding the winning raffle ticket for the truck. When Knights received the Jeep as a donation, they decide to raffle it and donate the proceeds to the Turning Point pregnancy resource center. The raffle netted $20,000 for the organization. The council also hosted a fundraiser at the Bar J Chuckwagon Supper and Western Music Show that netted an additional $12,000 for Turning Point.

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