Masons present propagandize reserve to Cove facile school

January 16, 2015 - School Supplies

Donated propagandize supplies

Donated propagandize supplies

Victor Wiggins, left, and Charles Lilley, members of a Mount Sinai No. 42 Holy Royal Arch of a Masonic Order, palm donated propagandize reserve to Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School secretary Donna Speigner on Monday, Jan. 12, 2015. The reserve will be distributed to children who validate for giveaway and reduced dishes during a school.



Posted: Friday, Jan 16, 2015 4:30 am

Masons present propagandize reserve to Cove facile school

Wendy Sledd | Special to a Herald

Killeen Daily Herald

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The story of a Masonic sequence can be traced behind to biblical times as a classification is indifferent in a mandate that members belong to a Christian faith that includes holding caring of others.

Students during Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School benefited from a faith of a internal Masonic board progressing this week with a concession of backpacks full of propagandize reserve to start a second semester.

It took 3 group to projection in all a backpacks that were filled to ability with propagandize reserve containing finish sets of all on a Copperas Cove Independent School District propagandize supply list.

This is a seventh year a internal Masonic section has donated propagandize supplies.

Members of a Mount Sinai No. 42 Holy Royal Arch of a Masonic Order donated propagandize reserve in Aug to Hettie Halstead Elementary School, though chose Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School this time after Mason member Victor Wiggins met someone he believes God put in his path.

“I was indeed during Burger King and started chatting with a lady who was a clergyman during Fairview. She told me that a kids indispensable propagandize supplies. So we came behind to a section high clergyman and asked if we could assistance them,” Wiggins said. “We wish to safeguard a kids are set for a future. So we worked as a section to representation in and get those backpacks rolling.”

He pronounced a village use plan not usually creates his classification stronger as a whole though creates a village stronger as well. “We are creation a village wakeful that we are there to make a fortitude stronger and to learn another era to do a same. It’s a sequence greeting of neighbor caring for neighbor.”

Several organizations, churches, clubs and people control propagandize supply drives to yield for families who validate for a giveaway and reduced lunch module during a commencement of a propagandize year in August, pronounced Shelley Brown, Cove ISD module specialist, who works with sovereign supports by a Title we program.

“A lot of students come to propagandize in a initial division with only adequate reserve to final a few months. At a commencement of a year, a relatives are means to squeeze reserve during ignored rates, though during a second semester, those good prices are not available. This boundary what they can yield for a remaining propagandize year,” Brown said.

Donated propagandize reserve are always welcomed during propagandize campuses or during a executive office, 703 W. Avenue D.

Outgoing glorious high clergyman of a internal Masonic order, Charles Lilley, pronounced a classification will continue to deposit in a students.

“It is easier to ready clever children than correct damaged adults,” he said.

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