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Cranford Knights of Columbus Awards Nine Scholarships


CRANFORD - At the June General Meeting, the Cranford Knights of Columbus presented Scholarships to nine students at their General Meeting. Andrew Tobin (not pictured) received the Monsignor Louis Fimiani Memorial Award and Elizabeth Walter received the Christine Bagniewski Memorial Award. The other scholarship winners were Hunter Brogan, Andrew Noesner, Jill Valenzano, Josephanie Marcasi, Elizabeth Cappucci, Garrett Kennedy and Emily Wilson. This year, the Council distributed $7,000.00 in scholarship monies.

The Council would like to thank the Scholarship Committee chaired by Ed Bagniewski, and pictured are the scholarship winners with Grand Knight Wally Shackell and members of the Scholarship Committee. 

The Cranford Knights of Columbus is a Catholic Men's Fraternal Organization dedicated to our four core principles, Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. The Cranford Council supports many worthy charities and civic causes locally, state-wide, and nationally and is committed to being a viable part of our community. For information about joining the Cranford Council, please contact either our Grand Knight Wally Shackell or our Membership Chair John Caprio at 732-306-5634 or visit

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