The Knights of Columbus puts out some very informative and high quality publications that you receive every month or two. These publications represent a positive advertisement for our Order and the Father Michael J McGivney Guild.
How about after you’ve read the Guild Newsletter you take it to church or a council meeting. Ask people if they received it and when you find someone who didn’t hand it to them and say something like, “Father Gabriel’s message on…Continue
When it comes to membership, the Iowa Knights of Columbus is like a football team that doesn’t come ready to play in the first half. We end up going into the locker room behind. I won’t be like some coaches and scream and yell to try to get you motivated. We have always been a second half team and I know we will do better the rest of this fraternal year, and we need to. As of today we are down 106 members from where we started July 1st. We lost the…Continue
The posters have been judged and the results have been determined and the awards presented. Here then are the state winners for the 2015 Substance Abuse Awareness Poster contest!
The link below the winners names in each category should lead you to a picture of the winning poster.…Continue
Come one- come all!
All state officers, district deputies and council officers are encouraged to participate in this webinar. Please feel free to share this invitation with others, as the Supreme Council may not have a full and complete list of fraternal leader email addresses.
This session will be geared toward Building the…
Added by Iowa KofC Program Director on January 28, 2016 at 3:59pm — No Comments
The Iowa Great Lakes Knights of Columbus Council 5043 has had a number of fundraising activities in the past 12 months, including omelet, pancake, and coffee and doughnut community events, as well as its heavily-attended Soup and Pie Supper in November.
During its Valentine’s Social Friday, the Spirit Lake Council presented Mike Skaggs, Mary’s Choice Executive Director, a check toward Mary’s Choice, a crisis pregnancy help center in Sioux City. The funds will help Mary’s…Continue
Added by Iowa Great Lakes Council 5043 on January 19, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments
The above link will show the GRAPHIC images of the 2015 KCIC State winners. These kids put in a lot of effort on their submissions.
Their winning posters have moved on to New Haven for further consideration. . . (Stay tuned.)
Not all of the political activity in Iowa these days relates to the caucuses. The state legislature is back in session as well.
Senate File 84 was considered in a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday. The bill would restrict many employers from asking job applicants up-front about criminal convictions. The purpose of the bill is to provide better opportunities for ex-offenders by preventing their job applications to be put aside immediately based on their criminal record.
Added by Tom Chapman on January 22, 2016 at 4:17pm — No Comments
Iowa Great Lakes Council 5043 of the Knights of Columbus decided at its officer meeting that all funds received at its February omelet breakfast would be dedicated to the Haiti Mission, in coordination with St. Joseph’s Parish in Milford. Omelets will be served with a free will offering from 8 a.m. until noon Sunday, February 15 at St. Mary’s Parish Hall on Hill Avenue in Spirit Lake.
Added by Paul Katzfey on January 14, 2016 at 9:23pm — No Comments