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Budget for the 2024-25 fiscal year

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Annual Dinner 2024

Checks are presented to JB Food Pantry, Fisher House and the USO by Frank Mantia
Jim Hedgecoth receives the Knight of the Year award for 2023 from Grand Knight Matt Moore
Jim Hedgecoth receives the Knight of the Year award for 2023 from Grand Knight Matt Moore

Christmas Party 2023….

Nativity Set up 2023
Rev. Fr. Frank D’Amico becomes the Chaplain of Council 10136

David Beckerle – Knight of the Month – March 2023
Annual $1000 donation to the USO
Fisher House donation ($1000)
Annual donation to JB food pantry ($500)
Check presentation of $1,322.75 to TASK Director Deb Fruend from TASK
board member Melissa Tillman. This amount represents 25% Tootsie Roll
donations from 2022
Kevin Niewoehner and Ed Murphy receive Knight of the Year awards for 2022
Nick Popielewski joins council 10136
Mark Matrisotto and Ed Murphy of QAS Knights of Columbus present a $2,000 check to Greg and Anna Maria Usselmann of Our Lady of Guadalupe for Life October 18, 2022
4th Degree Honor Guard with the Archbishop Rozanski after the QAS 50th anniversary mass.
Jerry Mueller – August Knight of the Month
Presentation of $1500 to Anna Hackett, Youth minister

Charlie Bartnett receives Knight of the Month award
Fr. Mansuetus Setonga from Tanzania Africa at our Annual dinner June 2022

Knight of the Month for February 2022

Knight of the Month January 2022

Christmas Party 2021
Mark Matrisotto and Ed Murphy present a $2,000 check for pro-life billboard support
Fifth Sunday Honor Guard

Queen of All Saints Council was founded in 1989. Our council is very active. We sponsor a number of fundraisers that allow us to give back to our parish and community.

Our council meetings are held the second Monday of every month. We begin by praying the Rosary at 7:15 p.m. The meeting begins immediately following the Rosary.

A Knights of Columbus council can work wonders; in fact, with its many programs, it can help change the community, town, city or neighborhood.   However, a successful Knights of Columbus program depends on people taking the initial idea, modifying it to suit specific situations and local needs, then implementing the program in the way it works.  While there are many programs available for each council to plug into, each council determines which programs, events or fundraisers they wish to use.  How the money raised from these events is used / donated is also determined by the individual council.

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic, family, fraternal, service organization. This theme permeates the entire Service Program: all Church, community, council, family, pro-life, and youth activities. The Service Program is designed to establish each council as an influential and important force within the community, elevate the status of the programming personnel, provide more meaningful and relevant programs of action, establish direct areas of responsibility, build leadership, and ensure the success of council programs.

Founded by a parish priest, the Knights of Columbus has always worked hard to encourage young men and women to consider God’s call to service in the priesthood or religious life.

Under the motto “Keep the Faith Alive,” the Order’s vocations initiative has a number of programs based on prayer and designed to reach the hearts and minds of young people, as well as to provide financial support during their years of seminary training or religious formation.

For 60 years the Knights of Columbus has brought the teachings of the Catholic Church to millions through easy-to-read booklets published by the Catholic Information Service. New titles are being added to our catalog regularly, all aimed at helping you understand more completely the richness of the Catholic faith and Catholic life.

It’s people like you who will help us make the difference in our parish and community.  If you want more information about joining us, click on the ‘How to Joinbutton to the right of this page.

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