Sept. 6th-Latham Colonie Council conducts Youth Soccer Challenge
Latham Colonie Council 3394 will conduct its second annual youth Soccer Challenge on Saturday September 6. The contest is open to boys and girls ages 9 to 14 who compete in category by gender and age. It will be held at the North Colonie Soccer Complex on Boght Rd. off of Rt. 9. Trophies and medals will be awarded to top finishers. The contest involves penalty kicks into a sectioned goal. There is no charge however participants are asked to bring food items for donation to a local food pantry. Usable soccer items would also be welcome. The initial shoot out for all ages will be held from 11 A M to 3:30 PM. The tie breaking round will take place at 4 P M after which awards will be made. Assistance is needed before and during the contest so please volunteer. To pre –register or for more information please contact the Challenge Chairman Brother Knight Rene Mullen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 7th-Waterford Buffet & Omlet Station
Waterford - Knights of Columbus will be hosting an " All You Can Eat" Breakfast Buffet on Sunday,
Sept 7th from 8:30 - 11:30 am at the Council,
76 Grace St. in Waterford ( Northside), Public Invited.
Breakfast includes Omelet Station, Scrambled Eggs, Homefries, French Toast, Bacon, Sausages, Toast, Pastry, Coffee, Juice and Milk.
Cost is $7 for adults and $4 for children under age 12 years
of age. Children under age 5 years are Free. Free drawing for a Breakfast Buffet
For more information call 237- 9330.
Sept. 28th-Columbiettes to Install Officers
On Sunday September 28th, 2014 Capital District Chapter Columbiettes will host the Installation of Officers and Chapter Meeting followed by Dinner. Installation and Meeting will be held at Latham-Colonie Council beginning at noon. The dinner will be Stuffed Pork Loin w/Gravy, Roasted Red Potatoes, Vegetable, Salad, Rolls and Dessert at a cost of $10 per person.Please reply toJjeanne Marshall @ email@example.com or 518 786 1967
October 19th-Conference Semi-Annual Meeting
Conference Chair, Tony Zibella announced that the semi-annual conference meeting will be held on Sunday, October 19th at 2:00 pm in the Knights Chapel in the Church of Christ the King, 20 Sumter Ave, Albany, NY 12203. This will be the meeting at which time the conference officers will be elected for the next year. Each Council has 2 votes at this meeting. All members are encouraged to attend.
October 21st-Council Officer Training
Council Officer training will be held in the Waterford Council on Oct. 21st @6:00pm. There will be food available .
The training will be for all GK's , FS's and other officers and any one else that would like to attend. The trainers will be from the state and supreme offices.
Please let Tony Zibella Conference Chairman know how many will be attending from the council's so that they can order enough food. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-828-5082
2015-Columbette's Cruise Brochure. For more information, contact Kathy Majer.
Special Olympics-Any Council who particiapted in the Special Olympics by making a donation or volunteered time or service, should complete the Partnership Profile Report with Special Olumpics, Form 4584 that is available on the K of C Supreme website.
Seminarian Support Program
NYS Council's Address to send in C & B Books and money:
NYS Council Knights of Columbus
PO Box 640789
Oakland Garden Station
Oakland Garden NY 11364-0789
Knights in Action
The Coxsackie Knights of Columbus Council # 548 and the Coxsackie Columbiettes co-sponsored a breakfast, free to any resident of Bethany Village Apartments in Coxsackie, N.Y.
Congratulations to RPI Council 13635. They won the NYS Circle of Honor Award.
Glenville Council 10013 announces Katherine Quinn as the winner of the $2,000 Clarence "Fritz" Neumann College Tuition Assistance Award.
Clifton Park Council 11064 and Corpus Christi Council 10869 Regional and State Soccer Challenge Champions
Operation Ultrasound Update
Thanks to our councils hard work and generosity the goal has been reached for providing an ultrasound machine to the Alpha Pregnancy Center. Application is being made to Supreme for the matching funds and when received the purchase can be made. It is important to note that any excess funds will remain on deposit exclusively for the Conference's use for pro-life activities, the most important work we can do: saving lives.
Brothers in St. Joseph the Worker Parish in West Winfield/Richfied Springs participated in a benefit for a young women in the parish who is pregnant, the child has spinal bifida and the Mother will undergo risky prenatal surgery to hopefully improve the baby's condition. The benefit raised $350.00 to help with the medical expenses.
Photographs from the 2013 Auriesville Pilgrimage
Counci 7746, Northern Rensselaer County cooks Pancake Breakfast for Parents and Grandparents of Sunday School children
Fr. Robert A. Nugent Council 11160 in So. Glens Falls, celebrated its 20th anniversary as a Knights of Columbus council. The members of the council attended the 4pm Mass, at which they were escorted in by the 4th degree color guard, and had a buffet dinner afterward with entertainment by one of our own knights. It was a fun evening enjoyed by all. Photo 1. Photo 2. Photo 3.
Saturday, Nov. 2nd Glens Falls Council 194, completed a "40 Days for Life" prayer vigil, next door to the local Planned Parenthood building. The event was organized by two Brother Knights from our Council, Sean Sullivan and Tom Clohosey, pictured on the ends of the attached photo. The photo contains Brothers from the First, Second, Third & Fourth Degree of our Order. This program was held in conjunction with our area Open Arms Pregnancy Center who donated the use of their building which is located next door to Planned Parenthood. Photo
Knights host a Priest Appreciation Bar-B-Que for the clergy in Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties