Message from Raymond and Janice Hodgson , Culture of Life
We are currently looking for Agents in Nova Scotia. This may be just the opportunity for you, or it may be for someone you know who is not happy in his current situation.
Have you ever taken a moment to stop and ask yourself, is there a career opportunity out there for me?
1) …that will allow me to be my own boss?”
2) …where I can have unlimited income potential?”
3) …where I can have excellent benefits?”
4) …where I can become a respected member of my community?”
There is such a career where all this is possible…and much more. Consider a career as a field agent for the Knights of Columbus. This is a career with a few very important qualifications and a long list of benefits that no single other
career can provide.
High integrity Opportunity to make a difference in members’ lives
Self-motivated Individualized training program
Good time management Flexible hours once established
Entrepreneurial Income potential of a professional
Goal oriented Training allowance and production bonuses
Genuine concern for others Non-contributory, defined benefit pension plan
Desire to succeed Ongoing supervision and self-development
Incentive award trips to places like Rome,Hawaii, St Thomas, Cancun and Ireland
If you’re still not convinced that the Knights of Columbus provides and excellent opportunity, then consider a few other questions:
1) If you remain in your current position, where will you be three years from now? (Income, promotion, possibilities, etc.)
2) How would it feel to have your income be a direct reflection of your success at work?
3) What would it feel like to know that while earning as much as you desire, you are also helping people prepare for their future?
If these three questions make you stop and think, maybe we should talk. My contact information is below.
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE AS A PROFESSIONAL AGENT FOR THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
100 Year Anniversary of the Halifax Explosion Memorial service.
Read the attach document from GK Paul MacNeil
KofC Council 1097 members were quick and within 2 hours supporting over 150 surviving children from Halifax Explosion, December 6th 1917, at KofC Columbus Hall, (former Keith Hall) on 63 Hollis St. This year mark the 100th Anniversary of Halifax Explosion on Wednesday December 6th 2017.
As we mark the 100th Anniversary of the Explosion, we present a few items of interest, drawn from the Archival holdings of the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth, and other sources. http://www.halifaxyarmouth.org/explosion/item/remembering-the-halifax-explosion
The Knights of Columbus Council 1667 New Glasgow recently donated 48 coats as part of the Coats for Kids campaign. The Department of Community Services, the United Way and Sobeys Head Office are accepting coat donations until Nov. 6. Distribution is at the New Glasgow Fire Hall from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Nov. 7. Pictured from left to right are Shaunlee MacDougall, who works for child welfare, Harold MacDonnell with Knights of Columbus, Aleeta Cowan, John Gillis, and Anna Marie Galvin.
New Council Admission Degree at St Agnes
Council 7077 and 10565 Lower Sackville invite you to attend a thought provoking evening of refection and sharing with Sister Nuala Kenny
Date: 27 Sep 2017
Time 7 to 9pm
Location: St Elizabeth Seton Church, 125 Metropolitan av, Lower Sackville
Cost: Free will Offer
See attach letter for more info: Invitation – State of NS Culture of Life Committee
The following State Membership Activity Report Forms must be use for the 2017/18
Note the change of email address for the the State Membership Director Ron Dowling