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Father Terry Hoppenjans has been pastor of St. Michael's Catholic Church since 1997 where he carries out Mission work to help hundreds of families in this economically depressed region of eastern Kentucy.
Annually, our Knights of Columbus - Dejaco Council have been blessed to be able to help Fr. Terry in his endeavour. Our contribution is small compare to the needs in the area but every year we are able to help hundreds of people with food, clothing and other corporal necessities.
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