Saturday, Dec 16th, 2017

Members of the Monsignor Hugh MacPherson Council of the Knights of Columbus, including Wayne Mullins (left) and Leslie Chisholm, are busy pitching in at the ‘toy house,’ located in Antigonish Market Square, the headquarters for the organization’s annual community toy drive. Corey LeBlanc

The ‘toy house’ is open for business at Antigonish Market Square. That’s the affectionate name of the drop-off location for the annual Monsignor Hugh MacPherson Council of the Knights of Columbus Christmas toy drive. “Our ongoing donors and supporters deserve a big ‘thank you,’” Clarence Deyoung, one of the toy drive organizers, said. Along with those who make donations – toys and other items, including monetary ones – the Knights [...]

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