K of C closing book on banquet hall




The Knights of Columbus is closing its building where meetings, bingo games, dinner parties and wedding receptions have been hosted for more than two decades.

The men’s Catholic fraternity is selling the Greenwood building it has owned since 1988 because it can’t afford to operate the two-story facility with dwindling member participation from the organization.

Members will still be able to play on the Knights’ bowling team and go on golf outings, but the organization can’t maintain its building. So, the Knights of Columbus is done with Bingo and wedding receptions.

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