Day of Sharing April 12, 2014
Council Officer’s Meeting Tues Jan 14 SB Hall Conference Room 6:45pm-9:pm
Council Business Meeting Thurs. Jan 16 SB Duffy East 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Ladies Aux, Meeting Thurs. Jan 16 Hall Conference 6:00pm – 10:00 pm
Pancake Breakfast Sun, Jan 19 SB Hall/Kit 6:00am – 1:00pm
Pancake Breakfast Sun Jan 26 , SVDP Hall/Kit 6:00am – 1:00pm
Orphan Children of India Golf Mon Nov 4th Seacliff Golf 8am-5pm
Knights will be providing two food stations for the Golf Tournament. We need about 6 knighst to help. If you are able to help contact Sal Mendoza.
Knights Memorial Mass Tues, Nov 5 Church/Duffy East 6:30pm Mass,
/ Dinner 7:30-8:30pm (Duffy Center)
Come as we celebrate and honor Brother knights who have passed away. We honor them a this Memorial Mass as we name all the Knights from our council who served our community. There will be a reception inDuffyCenterfollowing the mass. This is a pot luck dinner. Knight with last name ending in A-M are asked to bring a side dish or salad. Knights with last names ending in N-Z we ask to bring a dessert. The council will be providing the main entrée of Ham and Chicken, bread and beverages. Come and join us.
Ladies Aux Craft Fair Set Up Fri . Nov. 8, SB Hall/Kitchen 10:00am – 10:0pm
Ladies Aux Craft Fair Sat. Nov 9 St Bonaventure Hall 5:00pn – 10:00pm
Bingo Night @ St Bonaventure Sat Nov 9th St Bonaventure Hall 6pm – 10pm
Pancake Breakfast SVDP Sun Nov 10 St Vincent de Paul Hall 6am-12:30pmSat. Nov 9 St Bonaventure Hall 5:00pn – 10:00pm
St. Francis of Assisi is known as “the man of poverty,” and a central theme of Pope Francis has been service to the poor. Now we can show our solidarity with these two holy men by providing outreach to those less fortunate than ourselves in our communities?
I know that you communicate regularly with the Grand Knights in your district. As you attend September council meetings, please encourage all to take part in this Orderwide initiative. The Order has many programs in place to help people who need our help. Please visit kofc.org/community for ideas on specific programs you might suggest that your councils conduct. Councils do an outstanding job of assessing needs in their individual communities and developing programs to meet those needs, so you should in no way limit yourself – or the councils in your district – to the program ideas on the web site. Whatever your assigned councils choose to do, the important thing is that each and every council do something.
While councils are conducting outreach programs during this week and throughout the year, it is important to remember that every program represents a membership recruitment opportunity. A great way to convince a prospect to join the Order – or to get a current member to be more active – is to invite him to participate in one of our charitable programs.
Thank you in advance for the key role you will play in making our first “Outreach Week” a success.