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One month ago, Ironwood Ridge High School teacher Theresa Chavez reached out to the community for help. Her husband, Timothy Chavez, has been battling chronic autoimmune hepatitis since he was 24 years old, and in the passing years the disease has worsened, causing severe scarring on his liver to the point he is in dire need of a liver transplant.
With monies donated by Knights of Columbus in the past, the Cross Cut Program was able to fund activities like these used within the special education program at Wilson K-8 School.
Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Merv Stuckey, right, Fiona O’Brien, the special education facilitator for the Cross Cut Program and Deputy Grad Knight Mark Napier look at a Christmas card made by the special education students at Wilson K-8 School for the Santa Catalina Knights of Columbus council #12345.
Ov’s annual holiday parade Saturday, Dec. 11
Northwest area Santa Catalina Council of the Knights of Columbus recently was named Arizona council of the year.
More than $5,000 worth of food has been gathered and donated to Interfaith Community Services by parishioners of St. Odilia Catholic Church in Oro Valley.
September 13, 2006 - Although the University of Arizona football game was on more than three-quarters of the televisions, the back room of Putney's Sports Saloon and Grill, 6090 N. Oracle Road, resembles Iowa City more than it did Southern Arizona.
This year at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, 8650 N. Shannon Road, the Feast of the Epiphany was marked not by a journey of Three Wise Men, but by 20 preschoolers celebrating the journey of education.
The stack of Christmas toys piled high across a 60-foot by 20-foot stage at Picture Rocks school in the Marana Unifed School District couldn't help but attract attention.
Friday afternoon's mass at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church was blanketed with sadness as hundreds congregated to remember the victims of the worst terrorist attack in America's history.