Coats for Kids donation to Hermon-DeKalb students

The Canton Knights of Columbus have donated two cases of winter coats to Hermon-DeKalb Central School as part of their Coats for Kids program. Each year the Knights donate to a different area school. Pictured, from left, are John Taillon, grand knight; Megan Foster, principal; Jill Morrill, school nurse; and Dan Sweeney, past grand knight.

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