Knights of Columbus, Walmart raise funds for Clallam Moasic, Special Olympics

Catherine McKinney, representing Clallam Mosaic, accepts a donation from Michael McNulty (center,) of the Knights of Columbus, and Sequim Walmart store manager Lee Ruiz (center-left) and staff in January.

The Knights of Columbus — a fraternal organization of Catholic men who host a variety of fundraisers to raise funds for Sequim and Clallam County charities each year — raised $409.43 each for Clallam Mosaic and the Clallam County Special Olympics Orcas teams with a one-day fundraiser held at Walmart.

Clallam Moasic is a local nonprofit delivering service to individuals with developmental disabilities by providing programs for life-long education, leisure and recreation opportunities, and information and support to families and caregivers (see www.clallammosaic.org).

The Clallam County Special Olympics is a countywide organization giving individuals with special needs an opportunity to participate in organized sporting events.

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