Masons present propagandize reserve to Cove students

January 17, 2016 - School Supplies

Cove Masons support students

Cove Masons support students

Members of a Mount Sinai No 42 Holy Royal Arch of a Masonic Order broach automobile loads of propagandize reserve to students during Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary. The reserve will be distributed to students by a Communities in Schools representative.

Posted: Sunday, Jan 17, 2016 4:30 am

Masons present propagandize reserve to Cove students


Killeen Daily Herald


COPPERAS COVE — The volume was massive. In fact, a concession was so vast that it took carts to pierce a equipment from place to place.

Members of a Mount Sinai No 42 Holy Royal Arch of a Masonic Order carried in box after box full of new propagandize reserve to Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School.

While many organizations, churches and businesses control propagandize supply drives in a tumble before a start of school, really few comprehend that by a start of a second semester, a tumble supply donations have been depleted. Mason Victor Wiggins understands a need this time of a year.

“We did a lot of praying about how to assistance people. We know people are shopping presents for their families and might be brief of supports this time of year,” he said. “This village is a troops village and kids are starting a new propagandize and might not have propagandize supplies.”

Wiggins positive propagandize principal Leah Miller that a Masonic Order is no over than a phone call divided if her students ever need anything.

“We will work as a section and as group to get these immature people a things they need to be successful,” Wiggins said.

The Mount Sinai No 42 Holy Royal Arch of a Masonic Order has donated propagandize reserve to internal schools given 1975. This is a second year a board donated reserve to Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary and a eighth year it has donated to Copperas Cove ISD. It is a use a members will continue, Mason Edmond Jones said.

“People wish to give around Christmas, though they have to remember to give a other 11 months,” he said. “We, as an organization, try to remind people of that. People are inexhaustible and if we tell them there is a need they will strech in their pockets to fill that need.”

The much-needed propagandize reserve will be distributed by Fairview/Miss Jewell’s Communities in Schools deputy Danny Velarde.

“Back to propagandize is critical to kids,” Velarde said. “It might seem trivial, though carrying a same kinds of propagandize reserve as a other students matters. Lacking something as elementary as a folder or pencil tote can emanate feelings of displeasure and negatively impact a student’s attitude.” Jimmie Gee, Past High Priest of a Order, concluded that it goes deeper than notebooks and pencils.

“We are all group of status in a community,” he said. “In a media, we see many people doing terrible things. We work to boost a prominence of a group who are purpose models to immature people to uncover them that there are people in a village that help. We, as an organization, know that there is no such thing as ‘good enough.’ We continue to essay together to make things better.”

  • Discuss


Sunday, Jan 17, 2016 4:30 am.

source ⦿

› tags: School Supplies /