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Knights of Columbus supports Special Olympics

Posted 4/24/19

Kelsey Newsome, special population and senior specialist with the city of Wilson Parks and Recreation, left, receives a $1,000 donation from Jack Schimick, Wilson Knights of Columbus grand knight. …

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Knights of Columbus supports Special Olympics

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Kelsey Newsome, special population and senior specialist with the city of Wilson Parks and Recreation, left, receives a $1,000 donation from Jack Schimick, Wilson Knights of Columbus grand knight. Funds were raised through the local Tootsie Roll program, Least Among My Brethren, to support the Wilson County Special Olympics.  

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