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Knights donate to St. Joseph Hospital’s Northeast Tower

Grand Knight John Stopkowicz presents VP of Fund Development & PR/Marketing Laurie Watson-Stone with a check for $500.The Knights of Columbus recently donated $500 toward St. Joseph Hospital's Northeast Tower. Earlier this month, Grand Knight John Stopkowicz presented Laurie Watson-Stone, VP of Fund Development and PR/Marketing, with a check for $500 in front of the new medical facility.

The Knights make an annual gift to the hospital and this year's check will again support the Northeast Tower project, which is currently under construction and scheduled to be completed by the end of the year.

"The Knights of Columbus are committed in the support of not only the Catholic community of Eureka, but Eureka as a whole," Stopkowicz said. "We strive to carry out our mission of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism in our community, church and families."

Watson-Stone thanked the Knights for their gift on behalf of St. Joseph Hospital.

"The Knights of Columbus have been very supportive of St. Joseph Hospital for many years and we are very appreciative of that support," Watson-Stone said.

For more information about St. Joseph Hospital’s Northeast Tower, call the construction hotline at (707) 269-3650.

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