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NEW CANAAN—Boys and girls between the ages of nine and 14 will compete in an annual free throw competition on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020, in the St. Aloysius School gymnasium in New Canaan, Conn.
The competition is sponsored by the Rev. John H. Stapleton, #2287 Knights of Columbus Council as an athletic outlet for youth and to encourage the values of sportsmanship and healthy competition. Approximately 2,000 K of C free-throw competitions are held each year throughout the country.
Kids compete within their own gender and age and progress from local level to district, regional and state/province competitions. All children within the proscribed age range may compete, regardless of whether they are part of the St. Aloysius Church and school community.
The event comes on the heels of Catholic Schools Week, which is being celebrated at St. Aloysius and other Catholic schools throughout the United States this week.
WHAT: Annual Knights of Columbus Free-Throw Competition
WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 2 | 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: St. Aloysius School, New Canaan, Conn.
About Rev. John H. Stapleton, #2287 Council
Knights of Columbus Council #2287 was founded through the efforts of the men of St. Aloysius Catholic Church in 1921 and is named after Father John H. Stapleton. The council works closely with the members of the parish, as well as the surrounding community and provides funds for various projects in the church, local community as well as larger charitable endeavors.
About the Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternity of two million Catholic men striving to better ourselves and our world by helping the needy and protecting those who are not able to do so for themselves–whether they are next door or around the world. We come from many places, backgrounds and stages in our lives, but we share a commitment to investing our time, efforts and resources into activities that reflect our faith and our values.
The Knights of Columbus is also an A+ rated, Fortune 1000 insurance company, which grew out of our founding in 1882 by Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney who sought to ensure the protection and care of our members’ families. For more information, visit here.