DuBOIS — The DuBois Knights of Columbus kicked off their first digital assembly of the calendar 12 months on Feb. 14. Grand Knight Pete Brown presided over a full quorum of members and commenced with the standard prayer and bulletins. The knights of DuBois are of their 121st 12 months of service.
Treasurer Bob Spicher gave the monetary report, adopted by the council welcoming new member Dante Armanini into the order. Previous Grand Knight Tom Shade introduced the trouble to publicize the native council’s works extra regularly. After dialogue it was determined that the annual reverse raffle can be held in October, not this spring as in previous years.
The council thanked Professional-Life Chairman Tom Tarcson for his 14 years of chairing the Child Bottle fundraiser. The occasion will as soon as once more begin on Mom’s Day and conclude on Father’s Day as per custom. The fundraiser has raised important cash for help of single/teen moms, struggling households, and all different pro-life causes.
A number of donations have been made, together with to native Make-A-Want, and Scholarship Chairman John Luchini gave the report for this 12 months and it was determined to proceed to award each scholarships once more in 2021.
District Deputy Dave Johnston introduced that the order has a brand new Supreme Knight, Patrick Kelly, and likewise reminded the knights that Probability Of A Lifetime tickets have been due April 1.
To shut the assembly, the grand knight led prayers for the nation, COVID victims and the well being of a number of members.
All Catholic males can develop into Knights Of Columbus without charge on-line at: www.kofc.org.
The DuBois Knights will maintain their subsequent assembly at 7 p.m. on March 7 at McGivney Corridor in St. Catherine’s Church.