Tuesday evening nine members from the George C. Shields Council # 420 gathered at St. Mary's Cemetery to spruce up the area around the Crucifixion Monument in advance of this coming weekend's Memorial Day celebration. A special thank you goes out to the following Brother Knights for all their help: Bob Kasiski (Chairman of this Event) Bruce Gaumond, Cameron Symonds, Rich Pasakarnis, Chris Lindstrom, Frank Di Taranto, Brandon DeLuca, Mark Giambanco and Charlie Spath. Also helping with the cause were Brandon's wife Kelly DeLuca and Mark's son Kyle Giambanco, a Sophomore at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Can't you just see the smiles on all their faces. LOL Job Well Done !
On Saturday the George C. Shields Council # 420 formed a procession of over a dozens cars with their families and conducted a drive-by celebration at the Heavey home to recognize, congratulate and celebrate the fact that Martha and Cathryn Heavey both completed their individual degrees at St. Anselm College. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic they were unable to attend a formal graduation at the college so we wanted to make sure they knew we recognized and celebrated with them this wonderful achievement. Both Martha and Cathryn received Nursing Degrees and are now studying for the State Nursing Boards. Job Well Done Martha and Cathryn !!! Thank You F.S. Bruce Gaumond and his wife Katie for coordinating this celebration for them.
CONGRATULATIONS AIDAN and PADEN !
The winners of the 2020 George C. Shields Council # 420 College Scholarships in the amount of $500 each have been selected.
The winners are: Aidan Corrigan a graduating Senior at Bishop Feehan High School and Paden Palanza a graduating Senior from Mansfield High School. Thank you to all who applied !