November News


FROM THE GRAND KNIGHT

Once again we have clearly demonstrated what a truly great Council we have.  And this is only possible due to the hard work and unselfish efforts of you, our Council members.  When the Maggie Valley Council asked for our help in conducting a 1st Degree ceremony, we did not hesitate.  Special thanks to Stan, Dennis, Jim, and Chris for volunteering their time and talent to make this happen.  And the results of our Wounded Warrior Program exceeded all expectations.  At last count, we had collected over $5,600 for this project.  Fantastic job and thanks to all those Council members who aided in collecting the donations.  Special thanks to Chuck Simmons for his efforts in coordinating this project.  And the Social at Sid’s proved to be a wonderful event.  Great food and great fellowship.  Special thanks to Jim McGovern for his efforts in putting this together.  I just can’t say enough how much I appreciate the support and help of our Council members.  Again, we should all be very proud of our Council.

Vivat Jesus,
Lonnie Pizza, WGK

 

CONGRATULATIONS

Council 15085 Knight of the Month for October:

Chris Amsler

Council 15085 Family of the Month for October:

John and Margaret LaFata

At the November Council meeting Grand Knight Lonnie Pizza presented a Certificate of Recognition to each of four Brother Knights for their leadership in furthering the activities of our Council in the month of October. Those recognized for their outstanding efforts are:
We Appreciate the Efforts of these Knights

Sam Mattoni for coordinating the Council’s Our Lady of Guadalupe Services/Events.

Greg Brom for his efforts as Assistant Coordinator for the two LAMB Drives.

Dennis O’Connnell for his efforts coordinating the Council’s yard sale.

Mark Zaffrann for his efforts in the development and implementation of the Council’s web site.

 

While recognizing these special efforts Lonnie also thanked all of the other Brother Knights who participated in these events.

 

 

 

Prayer for the SickPlease remember in your prayers our sick and ailing Brothers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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