Knights present check to STEEP program


The Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Beth Grumbles, third from the left, program director for Pickens County Career Technology Center’s STEEP program. STEEP is a four year transition education and employability program that prepares special needs students for life and entry level employment in the community. From the left are Phil Cournoyer, co-chairman; Joe Weidemann, chairman of the Columbus HOPE Foundation - Council 9576; Ken Hitchcock, principal at Pickens County Career Technology Center; Don Thurlow, Grand Knight; and senior students Ashley Brooks and Justin McCall, kneeling. For the past 38 years the Knights of Columbus have given away Tootsie Rolls at various venues and the generous people of Pickens County respond with their donations to support those with mental disabilities.


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The Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Beth Grumbles, third from the left, program director for Pickens County Career Technology Center’s STEEP program. STEEP is a four year transition education and employability program that prepares special needs students for life and entry level employment in the community. From the left are Phil Cournoyer, co-chairman; Joe Weidemann, chairman of the Columbus HOPE Foundation – Council 9576; Ken Hitchcock, principal at Pickens County Career Technology Center; Don Thurlow, Grand Knight; and senior students Ashley Brooks and Justin McCall, kneeling. For the past 38 years the Knights of Columbus have given away Tootsie Rolls at various venues and the generous people of Pickens County respond with their donations to support those with mental disabilities.

The Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Beth Grumbles, third from the left, program director for Pickens County Career Technology Center’s STEEP program. STEEP is a four year transition education and employability program that prepares special needs students for life and entry level employment in the community. From the left are Phil Cournoyer, co-chairman; Joe Weidemann, chairman of the Columbus HOPE Foundation – Council 9576; Ken Hitchcock, principal at Pickens County Career Technology Center; Don Thurlow, Grand Knight; and senior students Ashley Brooks and Justin McCall, kneeling. For the past 38 years the Knights of Columbus have given away Tootsie Rolls at various venues and the generous people of Pickens County respond with their donations to support those with mental disabilities.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_knightschecksteep.jpgThe Knights of Columbus, Council 9576 Pickens, recently presented a check to Beth Grumbles, third from the left, program director for Pickens County Career Technology Center’s STEEP program. STEEP is a four year transition education and employability program that prepares special needs students for life and entry level employment in the community. From the left are Phil Cournoyer, co-chairman; Joe Weidemann, chairman of the Columbus HOPE Foundation – Council 9576; Ken Hitchcock, principal at Pickens County Career Technology Center; Don Thurlow, Grand Knight; and senior students Ashley Brooks and Justin McCall, kneeling. For the past 38 years the Knights of Columbus have given away Tootsie Rolls at various venues and the generous people of Pickens County respond with their donations to support those with mental disabilities. Courtesy photo
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