The Knights of Columbus

Posted 7/12/18

The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 4572, Cleveland presented a donation to LUDIC (Lee University Inclusion Classroom). Claude Hardison, Grand Knight, and Phil Brown, Deputy Grand Knight, presented the donation to Dr. Tammy Johnson, Director of LUDIC. LUDIC partnered with First Baptist of Cleveland to locate its facility at the First Baptist Family Life Center due to expansion work at the Lee University campus. With this relocation, in addition to classrooms, students have access to a gym, playground and lunch room. LUDIC is a state approved private school for students with autism spectrum disorders. The school operates during the school year as well as a six-week session the summer, currently serving 20 students from ages 2 to 22. The school is funded by local school fees, an annual subsidy from Lee University, and from private donations.

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The Knights of Columbus

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The Knights of Columbus, Council No. 4572, Cleveland presented a donation to LUDIC (Lee University Inclusion Classroom). Claude Hardison, Grand Knight, and Phil Brown, Deputy Grand Knight, presented the donation to Dr. Tammy Johnson, Director of LUDIC. LUDIC partnered with First Baptist of Cleveland to locate its facility at the First Baptist Family Life Center due to expansion work at the Lee University campus. With this relocation, in addition to classrooms, students have access to a gym, playground and lunch room. LUDIC is a state-approved private school for students with autism spectrum disorders. The school operates during the school year as well as a six-week session the summer, currently serving 20 students from ages 2 to 22. The school is funded by local school fees, an annual subsidy from Lee University, and from private donations.

The Knights of Columbus undertake several fund-raising activities each year – the Labor Day and Super Bowl BBQ Roast sales, its annual K of C Golf Tournament in May and Valet Services throughout the year. All the proceeds from these events are donated to local charities who help those in need. The K of C is a nonprofit Catholic men’s organization dedicated to charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.

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