Local Knights make donation to Tri-Community Food Bank

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Pictured (l to r) are Bob Muller, Dofie Mendibles, Joyce McClung, Grand Knight Jerry Bribiescas, Frank Gonzales and Bernie Finch.

   Local Knights of Columbus presented their second $300 check to Tri-Community Food Bank Treasurer Joyce McClung last week.  Along with more than a half ton of food donated last November, the monetary donations come from the Knights of Columbus Supreme’s “Food for Families” program.

   KofC Council 5542 serves Mammoth, San Manuel and Oracle.

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