We are in the midst of Nominations for our officer roles for the coming Year of the Knights!
Are you looking for an opportunity to be a bit more involved in our Council?
Would you like to help set the direction of the Council and service activities that we undertake each year?
Would you enjoy some more camaraderie with your fellow brothers?
We have a couple of positions open in our Council’s leadership team. They are not overly demanding, but are important roles to fill and will provide you with a level of satisfaction of further serving your parish and our Council.
Shoot me an email back as soon as possible, and I will give you a ring to discuss.
Greetings! Just a quick note to let you know we had another successful Food Drive for St. Peter Church’s Food Pantry! In the end we had a good contribution of food, and about $400 in gift cards from Kroger were donated! What a generous parish we have, and what a thankful parish St. Peter’s is for the support we provide!
I want to express the following thanks:
To all the brothers that donated food and gift cards – Thank You!
To all the brothers that helped promote the food drive with your family and friends – Thank You!
To all the brothers that helped at the food drive – Thank You! The brothers included Mike Kozak, Ron Campbell, Doug Lynch, Dan Geary, Bob Fout, and Mike Borzelleca – Thank You!
To our Minister of Donuts, Jay Pierotti, who brought some sustenance in the form of you know what – Thank You!
To Brother Greg Stivers for serving and for the use of his trailer again – Thank You!
To the brothers that donated to the Military Deployment Items collection – Thank You! – we are off to a good start!
Brothers – the next food drive is Saturday, May 22nd. We will be collecting food for Sacred Heart Center, and also will be collecting items for the Deployed Military from our parishioners. Please put this on your calendar and please volunteer to help on that day. I would encourage more brothers to come out and to spend time with your follow Knights!
Some pics: 1) Delivery team with Bob Katzman of St. Peter Church; 2) Deacon Pat White stopped by with a donation and a hearty hello!
Rev. Father Iwuji Tochi from St Bridget Catholic Church, Council 5476, receives his 4th degree in the Knights of Columbus during a recent ceremony at the Richmond Assembly. We extend our most sincere congratulations to Fr. Tochi!
Don’t forget to join our Council 5476 team this coming Saturday morning @ 9 a.m for registration at Deep Run Park. The walk officially begins at 10 am. If you can’t join us, please go to our team page and make a pledge to John McCulla, Sean Cox, or me. I’m going to walk right around 9 am with Carol, so even if the time doesn’t fit your schedule, you can sign up and walk the 2 miles on your own. The link is below to get started. Again, please sign up as a walker or, if you’d like to donate, please click on the team page and pledge as part of our Knights of Columbus Council 5476 effort. Thanks for your prayerful consideration.