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Great cooks!

Council 8081, Knights of Columbus at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Peachtree City recently provided weekly Lenten dinners for church members. Help came from the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, St. Vincent de Paul with food and help, the Night Shelter with mac and cheese every week, and help and food from Father Rico’s Columbian Mission, Shepherds of the Meek. Shown are some of the members of the Knights of Columbus who prepared the Lenten Friday fish dinners. Left to right are Tom Hughes, Tom Burke, Ron Plues, Jack Finn, Steve Kurek, Jimmy Preau, Mark Pellegrinelli, Walter Reed, Mike Vanairsdale, Jim Towel, Jerry Taylor, and Harry Reed. Not present for picture was the event chairman, Dan Law, and Joe Higgens and Mike Gintz. Photo/Bob Perrault.

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