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  • In Service To One

    Knights of Columbus

    Our Fraternal Organization Supports our Community through Service.
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  • In Service to All

    Knights of Columbus

    And they will know we are Christians by our love.
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  • Charity  Unity  Fraternity Patriotism

    Worldwide

    Since 1882
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  •  Devotion to God and Country

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Wedding Bells Are Ringing

Congratulations to Tony and Miranda Tarantino, who were married in the church on August 5th. They celebrated Knights style with honor guard, Mally family singers, and knights tuxedoes on the groom and all the supporting cast.

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Knights and Peaches Are Becoming Synomous

On August 19th, the knights completed the annual peach sales fundraising project. This is truly a council wide project with many people involved in selling, delivering, and coordinating our largest fundraiser of the year. The chairmen, Jim Windholz and John Mann put in numerous hours to make this project a great success. This year we sold 670 boxes of peaches and pears making approximately $5,000 for our seminarians and other charities. WOW!

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Our New Knights

Congratulations to our 2 newest Knights (Matt Glass and Tom Meis). Please welcome them into our brotherhood as we look forward to having them as a part of our council.

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Heaven’s Helpers Go to Help Birthline

On July 25th, the Knights (Phil Hutchings, Rich Kedzierski, Chris Newton, Jim Kautzman, and Jeff Isenhart) went to Birthline to reorganize the garage for Claire Wahl and the rest of the Birthline crew. Her efforts support over 1,000 women who decided to have their babies. Birthline is getting more donations to accommodate the increase in people that the organization helps.

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Majors

On August 12th, our council sponsored the 2nd and 3rd degree exemplifications at St Joan of Arc Church. Our candidates (Chris Newton, Mark Atkins, Vince Heaton, and Ed Bradley) were the members of the class.

Congratulations to these Knights, who are now eligible to hold office and have attained full knighthood in the order.

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The Knights Celebrate Summerfest

On August 20th the annual Summerfest picnic was held at St Joan of Arc church. There was food, drink, and fellowship as the knights and families took time out of their schedules to enjoy a fine summer day and each other’s company.

Everyone pitched in with new members and officers cooking, serving beer, manning the pro-life tent, displaying classic cars, and there were blue knights shirts everywhere. Thank you to all those Knights and families that made our picnic a success. Our membership director (Gary Tuka) and committee (Matt Rock, John Wolfe, Desmond Birch, and Dan Murphy) collected 3 form 100s to give us a great chance at repeating as a star council again this year. Our Pro-Life table sold many bumper stickers and recruited a new volunteer.

Congratulations to all those involved from set up to tear down, a job well done.

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Heaven’s Helpers Go to Help Birthline

On August 15th, the Knights (Rich Kedzierski and Jeff Isenhart) went to Birthline to reorganize the new shed and move clothes from the pod for Claire Wahl and the rest of the Birthline crew. Her efforts support over 1,000 women who decided to have their babies. Birthline is getting more donations to accommodate the increase in people that the organization helps. Claire will attend Oktoberfest and is always looking for volunteers to help with the needs of the organization.

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KNIGHTS FEED THE LESS FORTUNATE

At long last, he knights (Mark Atkins, Ken Dresel, Richard Kedzierski, Dan Murphy, Chris and Cheryl Newton) were able to go and feed the members of the Father Ed Judy house. These single moms need our help and prayers as they face raising children on their own.

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Family of the Month Pictures

Family of the month June, Dennis Daniel and family.

 

Family of the month July, Chris Fisher and family

 

Family of the month May, Harry Plummer and family

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Priests and Deacons

It is always appropriate to reflect on our mission as Knights, to practice our faith and support our clergy. Without our priests and deacons we could not attend daily or Sunday Mass. Without them and their direction we would lose our way and be swept up in a culture of ME where self-sacrifice, love of fellow man, the respect and dignity of the individual are lost. When you see a member of the clergy this month, thank them for their sacrifice and for their dedication.

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Mary and Her Knights Help out Wherever Needed

Heaven’s helpers are back on the streets, helping Dominican Home Health Agency install gutters on their shed. 

The knights (Harry Plummer, Richard Kedzierski, and Jeff Isenhart) went to complete the project. The knights are always ready to help, combining for 20 hours of charity work.  Thanks to the one who puts all these projects together, Jeff Isenhart.

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Knights Help in Procession to Our Lady of Fatima

The Knights (Pat Francalancia, Terry Zrust, Mike Hartman, Sean and Dan Murphy) joined in the procession of the Our Lady of Fatima statue at Our Lady of the Snows church in Granby, as the procession will take place on the 13th of each month through the feast of Our Lady of Fatima on the 13th of October. Parishioners Amy Mintz and Lisa Fixler are now officers for the state Fatima Apostolate and helping to bring our procession to the entire area including their chaplain who celebrated Mass before the procession. Now with all the terrible events taking place in our country what better way is there to try to strengthen our country than through the power of prayer. Events for the year are as follows:

September 13, 2017

6:00 PM Mass

7:00 PM Rosary Procession

Saint Jude Parish Lakewood, CO

Fr. Michael Freihofer

 

September 16, 2017

Pilgrimage Walk from Saint Joan of Arc

Parish to Our Lady of Fatima Parish

9:00 AM

Fr. Nathan Goebel

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Do You Have Time and Talent?

Do you have time and talents to offer to those less fortunate? We are in need of people who would like to share their talents with those who cannot help themselves. Jeff Isenhart organizes our big projects as well as our little ones. In this case Harry Plummer, retired, gives of his time and talent repairing wheel chairs and durable medical equipment, while Jeff Isenhart mugs for the camera. If we use our God given talents to give back for our own blessings received imagine what a wonderful world this will be.

 

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Mark Your Calendar

September 2017

October 2017

  • 2nd Rosary at Planned Parenthood meet at St Joan parking lot at 8:30 AM
  • 2nd Heaven’s helpers meet at St Joan parking lot 9AM
  • 9th Harvest festival Parade, meet at KMART 8 AM carpool to staging area
  • 10th Ticket Sales Oktoberfest after all Masses
  • 10th 4th degree social 5 PM Edgewater Inn
  • 13th Fatima Procession St Joe Golden 6 PM Mass procession to follow
  • 13th Knights business meeting 7 PM all members requested
  • 16th Fatima procession 9 AM
  • 16th Tootsie Rolls at various locations
  • 17th Ticket Sales Oktoberfest after all Masses
  • 23th Oktoberfest 6 PM need over 50 volunteers
  • 24th Salsa Sunday after all morning Masses
  • 24th Downs Walk City Park 9 AM
  • 27th Officer’s meeting 7 PM
  • 30th Tootsie Rolls at various locations
  • 1st Pancake breakfast after 7:30 AM and 9 AM Mass
  • 1st Tootsie Rolls after all Masses
  • 3rd 1st degree exemplification 7 PM St Joan Durrie hall
  • 7th Rosary at Planned Parenthood meet at St Joan at 8:30 AM
  • 7th Sts Peter and Paul 5K staff needed
  • 11h Knights business meeting 7 PM all members requested
  • 13th Fatima Mass Cathedral TBA
  • 16th Metro meeting 539 Hall 7 PM
  • 17th 4th Degree business meeting 7 PM Orleans Hall
  • 21st Heaven’s helpers meet at St Joan parking lot 9AM
  • 22nd Tootsie Rolls after all Masses
  • 25th Officer meeting 7 PM
  • 29th Salsa Sunday after all morning Masses

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