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"Nothing But Net" at SCDSB

Pictured is Pius XII Catholic Elementary Grade 8 student, Greg Trudeau with Oscar Barowette from the Knights of Columbus Council #10888.

January 22, 2013 - Pius XII Catholic Elementary School is one of many of the Sudbury Catholic Schools who have partnered up with the Knights of Columbus for their annual 'Free Throw Competition'. Since 1972, councils have sponsored the Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Championship for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 14. Oscar Barowette, a Knights of Columbus member, feels that holding this competition is 'a great way to get out into the public and introduce the Order to the community — while providing youths with a rewarding activity that yields a chance for local, state or provincial, and international recognition'. Good luck to all Pius Penguins, as well as all other Sudbury Catholic students who are moving on to the next level of competition.



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