From Tom Smith: I would like to take this opportunity to let you know how much I appreciate your help during the 6 weeks of Lenten Dinners. Every volunteers help was important and valued. According to the figures I received fro Bill Hast each we served 1082 paying customers. That was an
As we have for many years now, Knights of Columbus Council 9880 will be participating in the NC Special Olympics Summer Games. Knights, family members, and friends are invited to volunteer at the Softball Skills Competition on June 3-4. Our Council will again be coordinating the awards presentations, and that shift runs from 10:30a to 3:30p on Sunday (only). Or, you can volunteer on the fields, directly helping with
As you may be aware, our Council has undertaken another project to share our evangelism in the community. Project “Oak City Outreach” affords the opportunity to serve others in a very unique manner. With little effort we’re able to add meaning to someone’s day.
The KofC Lenten dinners featuring fried fish, baked fish, shrimp, or spaghetti is going strong after the 4th dinner this season. Click on [Continue Reading] for photos.
Take a look! Our own fish fry made famous by the diocese Raleigh (Raleigh to Rome Video).
Brothers, There are still 18 appointment times available for the St. Raphael blood drive this coming Sunday, March 12. If you are able to donate, please consider making an appointment at www.redcrossblood.org The sponsor code is “Raphael”.
Our Council will be raising funds for Operation LAMB (Least Among My Brethren), a program to assist people with intellectual disabilities, on:
Saturday April 1 at the Kmart located at 8701 Six Forks Road, 27615 in north Raleigh.
Saturday April 15 at the Harris Teeter on Falls of Neuse (Falls Pointe Shopping Center).
Here are some photos from this past Friday Lenten Dinner. They occur every Friday during Lent. We serve from 4:30 – 7:00pm and the more help we can get, the better. Please let me know if you can help. I can be reached at 919-971-1087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on [Continue Reading] for photos.
From GK Ben Briggs: After we attended orientation at the Oak City Outreach Center, Brother Vazquez and I came away with a new understanding and appreciation for the work done by the organization. Here are the key impressions we received:
Brothers, Colombiettes, and Squires, On Sunday (Dec 18) we completed this project with the distribution of food bags for Christmas. For both holidays we distributed food to about 140 families (700+ people). This was a great effort for our council. I wish to thank