SJTB Talent Show – February 23rd

Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 23rd, for the talent show which will be held in FRH starting at 6:30pm.  Join us for some good old-fashioned family fun.

If you would like to perform, please contact Ben Baker (bakerben033@gmail.com) or Michael Turner (mtcinc1@cs.com).

2019 Annual Survey of Fraternal Activities

Your efforts on behalf of the Council’s charitable works are greatly appreciated.  Please report your individual efforts through the “2019 Survey of Fraternal Activities” or by contacting Brother Leo Carling (540-631-7555).

Please enter your hours for events as they occur.  Project leaders are encouraged to record the hours for their event participants.

The summary of data is reported to the Supreme Council which aggregates the information to demonstrate the World-wide impact of all our brothers.

That Man is You!

Join the men of That Man is You! for a meal, fellowship and discussion on Saturday mornings in Father Ruehl Hall.  The remaining for this semester are as follows:

  • Feb 16th and 23rd
  • Mar 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th
  • Apr 6th, 13th and 27th
  • May 11th

We meet for breakfast at 6:30am, start the program at 7:00am and cleanup at 8:15am.

Please contact Tom Balint (703-786-2729, stneri@ymail.com) for more information.

Support the Ave Maria Help for the Needy Association

Please consider a financial contribution to help educate the children of Cameroon.  The Ave Maria Help for the Needy Association sponsors children who demonstrate academic drive and commitment, paying the fees directly to the school as well as providing text books and uniforms.  Each $50 donation provides a year of education to a deserving child.  To contribute, please visit their GoFundMe page.  For more information, please contact Helen Snyder (540-631-4382).  Visit their Facebook page and watch their YouTube video.

VKCCI Donation Appeal

Please support the work of the Virginia Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc (VKCCI) through your charitable donations.  During the past 3 years, families in our area received a total of more than $30,000 of urgently needed assistance.  VKCCI helps support those citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia who are unable to provide support for themselves or their family members and have exhausted all other avenues of relief.