Terrace Knights of Columbus's charity appeal chairman Jim LaBossiere

Knights choose early bird draw winner

Terrace Knights of Columbus held its Charity Appeal Lottery recently

The Terrace Knights of Columbus are pleased to announce that Frank Dawson won $1,000 in the Jan. 19 Early Bird Draw of the recent Charity Appeal Lottery.

“This is two years in a row that we have a had a local winner,” said Knights’ charity appeal chair Jim LaBossiere.

The lottery raised $3,000 after expenses, he added.

The Terrace Knights of Columbus were founded in May 1961 and annually gives away more than $30,000 to local programs such as the food bank, Dr. REM Lee Foundation, Special Olympics, K’san House, and The Pacific Northwest Music Festival, which the Knights helped found and still provide the highest scholarship money of the festival.

LaBossiere would also like to thank everyone who supported the lottery.

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