The 1st Degree, scheduled on Nov. 16th in Council 3357, Guilderland has been cancelled.
November 16th-The November meeting for the Capital District Chapter Columbiettes will be held on Sunday November 16th 2014, at the Lansingburgh Boys and Girls Club, 113th St and 4th Avenue in Lansingburgh at 1 PM.
The meeting is hosted by Waterford Council Columbiettes, refreshments will be provided prior to the meeting from Noon to 1 PM.
Kathy Majer, Chapter President will preside.
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
St Jude in Wynantskill Council 12637 has given 12 dozen coats in the coats for kids program from Supreme K of C. Attached is a note from a thankfull grandmother of a recipient.
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.