Knights from 6633 Truro just completed a project, rebuilding an outside deck at the rental home of our Syrian family who came to Truro in 2016. in total there were 10 Knights involved. Materials were purchased by the homeowner, labour supplied by Knights. A total of 139 man hours given.
On the pictures: Gerry Newell, Gary Ryan, Gary MacGrath, John Gault, Garry Davis
Please visit the Knights Cash Calendar for the winners
Council 14596 St Andrews Annual Toy Drive (This was their 7th year), see attachment of the newspaper articles of the 2017 Toy Drive when we we provided toys, clothing and footwear to 149 families (323 children) in the Antigonish Town and County.
Brother Knights donated approximately 1000 hours of their time from Nov 27th to Christmas Eve to make this happen. In addition, family and friends of Brother knights donated 300 hours for a total of 1300 hours donated to the project.
This is a project that we get better at every year and the community at large is taking a growing interest in and continue to be very supportive of.
I am very proud of our Brother Knights and their families and friends who came out and made this happen–again. I believe they deserve a Community or Family award or both depending upon where you feel this fits best.
For the Children
Clarence Deyoung PGK
Toy Drive Co ordinator
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.
L-R John O’Neil KOC, Michelle Finigan, St. Vincent de Paul, and Wayne Aucoin Grand Knight of the Moses M. Coady Council KOC 9476 displaying the Coats for Kids sponsored by the
Knight of Columbus Sydney River. The coats will be distributed through the St. Vincent De Paul society.
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
First degree held in in Dartmouth by Council #3133 St Peter’s
The 8th Annual Hockey Knight in Pictou (2017) – was a success
all Leafs and Canadian fans who were at the Hall tonight when I say thank you to Fred Dobson and his committee for a great night. Our Worthy State Secretary Jim MacDonald born in Springhill came to our event tonight with his Hockey stick signed in 1957 by Maple Leafs. He was given this hockey stick because in 1957 there was a mining disaster in Springhill and the kids of the parents killed were given a full uniform and a signed hockey sticks (Jim still has his).
A new member was recruited
Members of the Greenwood Council 6297 serving the needy in Middleton at St. Monica’s Parish Soup Kitchen (from Left to right) Brothers Fred Hole, Brian Young and Byron McDonald)