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  Knights of Columbus Monthly Meeting


AuSep. 25, 2019

Rosary 7:45 Meeting 8:00 PM

Note, 8:00PM meering time!

Dear Fellow Knights,

The first day of fall is next week. Please keep all the area farmers in your prayers as they

prepare for harvest! Thank to those who attended last months meeting. We had only a few

members present. We sure would like to have more attendance at our meetings. I remember

as a child my Dad always looked forward to going to the KC Monthly meetings! It is a great way

to interact with friends and find out what is happening with the Knights.

We need to have a 4th Degree Exemplification. I would like to see a few of the fine young men

like myself who became Knights when I did, become 4th Degree. I will not name any names but

all of you know when you became Knights. So step up and become 4th Degree members.

Chuck Feilmeier has been the head of our 4th Degree for many years. He has expressed that

he would like to retire from this position. We are currently looking for someone to take over this

responsibility. Please contact Chuck if you are interested in helping us out!

Holy Trinity Kid’s Fun Run: Sunday October 20th. The Knights of Columbus will once again

be donating 2 bikes to one boy and one girl who will participate in this annual race!

Tootsie Roll Drive: The weekend of October 12th and 13th! Please say yes if you are called to

help with this event. We will need volunteers to pass out Tootsie Rolls after all masses at all our

area parishes. 100% of the money made goes to help those with intellectual disabilities and

50% stays here and is donated to someone within our area. If you know of anyone who would

qualify to receive these proceeds please let me know ASAP!

Please plan on attending this months meeting! We will be discussing the recipients of both the

Tootsie Roll Drive and The Soup Supper coming up during The Parade of Lights in November.

See you at the next meeting!“Your Grand Knight

Old Alike!

See You At The Next Meeting!

Grand Knight,

Dean Wortmann