Knights of Columbus support ministries with fish fry

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Visitors line up to get fried fish at the Knights of Columbus fish fry at The Holy Family Catholic Church Friday night in Shell Knob. The fish fry is usually held three times a year and is open to the public. Proceeds from the event help raise funds for Knights of Columbus No. 13975 ministry projects, some of which include purchasing and donating ultrasound machines to Pregnancy Care Centers, donating wheelchairs, serving meals for children at Camp Renewal at Roaring River, helping with prison ministries and special olympics. The Knights have hosted the fish fry for 14 years. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Visitors line up to get fried fish at the Knights of Columbus fish fry at The Holy Family Catholic Church Friday night in Shell Knob.

Knights of Columbus members James Riedel, left, prepares to dump the next load of fried fish while Joe Richardet holds the platter. Knight Roger Reinhard, back, batters the fish. The Knights served the food at a fish fry at The Holy Family Catholic Church Friday night in Shell Knob. The fish fry is usually held three times a year and is open to the public. Proceeds from the event help raise funds for Knights of Columbus No. 13975 ministry projects, some of which include purchasing and donating ultrasound machines to Pregnancy Care Centers, donating wheelchairs, serving meals for children at Camp Renewal at Roaring River, helping with prison ministries and special olympics. The Knights have hosted the fish fry for 14 years. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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