The Knights of John Paul II Council 13935 are Proud to announce this year annual Kris Kringle 5K Fun Run/Walk.
Our Council will be having a K of C Memorial Mass and Potluck Diner on November 4th.
Memorial Mass will be at St Patrick's Saturday November 4th at 5:30 Mass. The Council will be seated together at the Mass.
Following the Mass there is a Potluck dinner for the Knights at the St Patrick's Parish Hall, please bring your favorite dish.
At 4:30, prior to mass will be set-up in the parish hall for the pot luck.
4:30 - Set-up in Parrish Hall
5:30 - Mass at St Patrick's
6:30 Pot Luck Diner in the Parrish Hall
Please join us for the Memorial Mass in remembering those that have passed from our Council and stay for some fellowship at the Pot Luck Diner.
The Knights of Columbus John Paul II Council #13935 of St. Patrick’s and St. Joseph’s had another successful year. Over $17,000 was raised and distributed to various local charities. Some of these are Safe Haven, CDD, PCDC, the Food Pantry, Tri-State Pregnancy Center, Special Olympics, Vet Stock the wounded warrior project, college scholarships, Hands of Hope and Good Council Homes.
Pictured above is Trustee, Tom Hogan, and Chancellor, Benny Marasa, presenting a plaque to Kelli J. Walsh, C.P.A. in appreciation for her generous and continued support. She is one of the many local businesses, which includes, Ray’s Auto, Stroyan Funeral Home, Myer Motel, Knight Aucmoody Funeral Home, Harry Boyle, DMD, Hogan Homes, Milford Diner ,Prime Time Meats, Sunshine Station ,Chant Realty ,Lattimore Construction, Zalesky Optical, Luna Rosa Restaurant, Luhrs Hardware, Access Physical Therapy, Waterwheel Restaurant, Gray Parker Funeral Home and many others too numerous to list here.
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- Collaborating with your pastor
Opening our programs to our larger parish community is important, as it both engages current members and attracts new members of multiple age groups. As members of the world’s largest Catholic fraternal and family organization, we have a responsibility to dedicate our time, talent and resources to strengthening families and making our parishes beacons of the new evangelization.
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