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By Paul Chasko

Council 13832 of the Knights of Columbus recently shared the proceeds from their Super Bowl hoagie sale with the Finleyville Food Pantry.

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Food Bank Director Pat Trumpie receives donation from Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Frank Kovscek

Residents of the Union Finley Area and church parishioners who enjoyed the 400 hand-crafted hoagies made by the Knights can also share the good news that they helped the less fortunate folks that frequent the local food bank. Finleyville Food Bank director Pat Trumpie recently accepted the $500 check presented by Council 13832 Grand Knight Frank Kovscek. Through fundraisers like their hoagie sale, the Knights have been able to continue their stream of donations to the Food Bank and hope to continue them in the future.

Officers of the Knights of Columbus Council 13832 express their thanks to everyone who purchased their hoagies and their members who worked doing prep work and at the hoagie assembly line the day of the sale. Four hundred delicious hoagies were assembled in 90 minutes. All customers received very fresh hoagies.


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