Martin's Access Project, Aurelia Community Center among beneficiaries
The annual Cherokee Knights of Columbus "money calendar" sales have now come to a successful close for 2008. In addition to five area high school seniors receiving college scholarship money from the sales, 60 local residents won $50 each in calendar drawings and two people won $500 each.
Ginger Walker, director of the Cherokee Conservation Board, and Aurelia Community Center representatives Mayor Jeff Bowen and Building Committee chair Roger Redig, received $750 checks for their projects from representatives of the Cherokee Knights of Columbus recently.
The Cherokee Knights of Columbus thank everyone who made the Money Calendar such a success again this year.