KNIGHT LIFE

KNIGHT LIFE
St. Regis Council N
o. 4651
No.
Knights of Columbus
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York
6th New York District
www.saintregiskofc.com
Volume 57 Number 4
Monthly Newsletter
November 2014
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Thanksgiving.
Have a Blessed Thanksgiving!
Newly Installed Fourth Degree Members
Grand Knight Bob Powers (at left) and Deputy Grand Knight Danny Purcell (right)
welcome newly installed Fourth Degree members (from left): Mark Arthus, Vincent Safina,
Eugene Hillis, Nicholas Morreale, Richard Santiago, Jack Smith.
Council Officers
Chaplain:
Co-Chaplain:
Grand Knight:
Fr. Henry Leuthardt
Dcn. Michael DeBellis
Bob Powers
[email protected]
Daniel Purcell
588-8456
588-8456
265-2967
Deputy GK:
Chancellor:
Recorder:
Vincent Safina
Financial Secretary: Joe DiNero PGK, PCBODD
Treasurer:
Ed Rodgers
467-0230
838-0773
580-5162
617-3811
Lecturer:
Advocate:
Warden:
Inside Guard:
Outside Guard:
Outside Guard:
3 Yr. Trustee:
2 Yr. Trustee:
1 Yr. Trustee:
District Deputy:
Michael Marano
Antonio Vitalino PGK, FDD
Richard Santiago
Richard Hartnett
Dave McAteer
Salvatore Maraviglia
Larry McCourt
Guy O’Brien
Robert Burnsides
John Finn
252-9147
981-0794
835-1728
467-2418
588-4890
467-2804
463-9287
736-3174
543-9400
888-2965
Club 4651
President:
Vice President:
Treasurer:
Secretary:
Director:
Mike Kiernan
Mark Johnson, Sr.
Anthony Falcinelli, Jr.
Ed Brace
Jim Tallman
241-4820
737-1615
516-330-4298
472-4722
917-440-1955
Director:
Director:
Director:
Grand Knight:
Catering:
Jay Peterson
Vincent Granice
Mike DeFilippis
Bob Powers
Pat Dillon
523-5590
265-1021
831-8561
265-2967
516-650-0375
Activities Directors and Chairmen
Program Director:
Membership Director:
Church Director:
Fraternal Chairman:
Columbiettes Coordinator:
Retention:
Blood Chairman:
Blood Co-Chairman:
Pro-Life:
Fourth Degree:
Adopt-A-Child:
Family Director:
Youth Director:
Parade Chairman:
Ed Forsyth
981-4699
Edward Nelson
Robert Mayrose
[email protected]
Daniel Purcell
Daniel Purcell
Karl Sundquist
Mark Johnson, Sr.
John & Marie Hoffman
Daniel Purcell
Joe DiNero PGK, PCBODD
Bob Powers GK
Tom Gillin
Jim Tallman
981-4402
585-5391
467-0230
467-0230
265-2691
737-1615
588-0664
467-0230
580-5162
265-2967
981-8229
588-1837
Fr. Prior (Squires):
Cf. Squires Counselor:
Squires Counselor:
Charity Chairman:
Bingo Manager:
Conf. & Chapter:
Disbursement Coord.:
Senior Citizens:
K of C Insurance:
PGK Advisory:
Public Relations:
Council Photographer:
Ambassador to Rome:
Council Website
Knight Life
Editor:
Layout Editor:
Daniel Purcell.
Mark Johnson, Sr.
[email protected]
467-9064
Mike Kiernan
Frank Giordano
BAR HOURS:
Monday-Wed.
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
588-9634
981-8229
737-1615
790-4474
285-3249
981-8229
588-0664
585-0825
676-6211
Ben Scannella
Luis Ramos
585-1431
582-4687
737-1615
Columbiettes
467-0230
737-1615
Knight Spot
Bar Manager:
Asst. Bar Manager:
Dcn. Joseph Maffeo
Tom Gillin
Mark Johnson, Sr.
Thomas Fawcett, Sr.
John Harris
Tom Gillin
John Hoffman
Bob Kammerdener
Harold Carlton III PGK
All PGKs
Mark Johnson
241-4820
7 pm to Midnight
3 pm to Midnight
Happy Hour 3 pm to 8 pm
8 pm to 2 am
2 pm to 2 am
1 pm to 8 pm
**BAR CLOSES AT BARTENDER’S DISCRETION**
President:
Membership Chairlady:
Squirettes Counselor:
MaryAnne Hartnett
Joyce Purcell
Marguerite Garguilo
467-2418
467-0230
445-8536
Catering
588-8043
Club 4651Catering Office Hours: Monday 7 pm to 9 pm
Catering Manager:
Pat Dillon
516-650-0375
Chapter Delegates
State Convention
Bob Powers GK
Daniel Purcell DGK
Thomas Fawcett, Sr. PGK
Antonio Vitalino PGK, FDD,FCC
Joseph DiNero PGK, FDD
Bob Powers GK
Daniel Purcell DGK
Joseph DiNero PGK, FDD
Antonio Vitalino PGK, FDD,FCC
CRECHE LIGHTING
TUESD
AR
TING AT 7:00PM
TUESDAAY DECEMBER 2 • ST
STAR
ARTING
This year along with the Creche Lighting and the Caroling we will be having
a Pot Luck Dinner. Please bring a dish, your family and friends and share in
this celebration of the Nativity.
2014 Golf Sponsored Scholarship Winners
It gives me great pleasure to announce thewinners of our 2014 Golf sponsored scholarship essay contest.
Joseph Fragale, Shannon Eagan, Rebecca Tallman and Danielle Kubicsko
We received a total of 18 entries. I am very glad I was not a judge, I am sure that it was a very difficult
decision for the judges, who had to only pick four out of all the excellent entries. I would like to thank Ed
Forsyth, Guy O’Brien and Ed Nelson along with our Golf Outing Committee, Vincent Granice, Pat Dillon
and Ed Brace.
Thank you to all who submitted essays,
Sincerely,
Gerry McMenamin PGK
Food
Drive
THANKS4GIVING
FOOD DRIVe
SATuRDAy NOV. 22
WAlDbAumS - HAuppAuGe
Turkeys and Thanksgiving Items Needed
Donations can be left at the Council
Please Help Those less Fortunate at Thanksgiving
To Donate or Volunteer Please Call Mark Johnson at 631-737-1615
Grand Knight’s Message
God Bless Our Troops
Brother Knights,
I’m happy to report that our F.A.C. Bingo held on October 11 was a success again this year. We had 166 players
thanks to participation from Chapter, Columbiettes from Suffolk Chapter & local Councils and St. Regis Columbiettes.
As result, I will be presenting the F.A.C. with a check for $1500 at the November Chapter meeting. Thanks to all the
regular Bingo Volunteers for all you did to make the evening a success.
On Sunday, October 12, I was pleased to witness the Exemplification of the Fourth Degree as six members of St.
Regis took the degree. We congratulate Sir Knights Mark Arthus, Eugene Hillis, Nick Morreale, Vinny Safina, Rich
Santiago, and Jack Smith and welcome you to the Patriotic Degree. Once again, the consensus is that Shea
Assembly had the best hospitality room, due in no small part to the efforts of Tom Fawcett, PGK, Tom Jr., Danny
Purcell, and Larry McCourt who, as part of the Shea team put in long hours under difficult conditions to assure the
comfort and enjoyment of all.
We have a fairly busy schedule as the holidays approach. On November 1, Christine Tallman is bringing back the
annual Craft Fair from 9am to 5pm. This is a good chance to do some Christmas and holiday shopping while
supporting the activities that keep our Council viable. If you can lend a hand, I’m sure Christine can find something
for you to do.
As we get closer and closer to St. Patrick’s Day, the reality of the expense of the parade becomes more evident.
This month Paula Martire and Debbie Woods are presenting the third annual 50’s dance on Saturday, November
15. All proceeds go to the Parade Committee. For details, see the ad in this issue. Jim Tallman is raffling off 500
gallons of home heating oil and 200 Gallons of unleaded gas or the cash equivalent for $25 a ticket. The drawing
will be on November 7, so there is not a lot of time. Don’t miss out. Tickets can be purchased at the bar or from
Jim.
Our Creche Lighting Ceremony will be on Tuesday, December 2, and to encourage more participation, we are
planning another pot luck dinner. So, bring a covered dish and your family and friends and make this a celebration
of the Nativity to be proud of.
Due to the number of Fourth Degree members and officers who have expressed a desire to attend the Fourth
Degree Christmas party scheduled for December 17, the night of our social meeting and First Degree, I am
considering rescheduling our meeting to allow all to attend both. The assembly does not have a regular meeting
place and depends on the Councils of the Assembly for their functions.
As we enter the Holiday Season, Terry and I wish all of you and your families a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving
and ask you to remember all those less fortunate. One way to do this is through our through our ongoing food
drive. Donations can be left in the lobby of the Council.
Fraternally yours,
Please don’t forget Our Memorial Mass
at the Council on November 19th at 8:00pm.
Grand Knight
“Remember, we can only make this work by all working together.”
TO VOLUNTEER, PLEASE CALL
Joe DiNero, PGK - 648-0575
Colleen Wyman - 942-8390
Balkam, Laura
Benson, Paul
Blinn, Pat
DeFilippis, Mike
DiNero, Anne
DiNero, Joseph
Festa, Ann
Fawcett, Thomas
Fawcett, Thomas Jr.
Gillin,Tom
Giordano, Anthony
Harris, Emily
Harris, John
Hartnett, Maryanne
Hartnett, Rich
Hoffman, John
Johnson, Mark Jr.
Lein, John
Lipani, Tom
Kammerdener, Bob
Matera, Joseph
Matera, Toni
Wyman, Colleen
Maraviglia, Serafina
Maraviglia, Salvatore
McCourt, Lawrence
McCourt, Vivian
McMenamin, Gerard
McMenamin, Rosemary
Moloney, Maurice “Mo”
Morale, Dolores
Nicosia, Joseph
Powers, Terry
Powers, Bob
O’Brien, Guy
Purcell, Dan
Purcell, Joyce
Rail, Regina
Safina, Carmela
Safina, Vincent
Sawicki, Steve
Vitalino, Antonio
Weeden, Jim
Wengler, Bob
Wyman, Colleen
Willis, Ray
Woods, Debbie
St. Regis Columbiettes
Holiday Cr af t F air
Saturday, November 1, 2014
10am - 5pm
Come shop for beautifully crafted items, the
area’s finest homemade goods including
Jewelery, Candles, Flower Arrangements,
Woodworking, Raffles and Much More
Chr is tmas Decor ating
Friday, November 28, 2014 9am
Volunteers are needed to help with putting up the
Christmas Tree • Setting up the Creche • And getting our
Council ready for the holiday season
Please try to attend - We could really use the help!
Church Bulletin
IN MEMORIAM
Columbian Year 2014 - 2015
St. Regis’ Monthly Memorial Mass
will be at 9:00 am on
Sunday, November 23
Charles E. Fish
Thomas Flanagan
Fraternally,
Our Service Men and Women
Edward Nelson
May Their Souls Rest in Peace
Church Director
631-981-4402
Poker Fundraiser
Friday, November 14
Friday, November 28
Sign in at 7:30
Play Starts at 8:00
St. Regis
Knightsof Columbus
Council 4651
November 2014
Knight of the Month
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Thank You for all you do
in support of our Council.
Our next screening will be on
Thursday, November 13 at 8:00 PM
We need your help.
Chien Pham
Family of the Month
The Ennis Family
Membership News
We are looking for Volunteers to help on our
Membership Committiee. This is a great way for
new and older members to get involved with
helping to grow our membership.
Remember Brothers:
Membership is the lifeline of our Order.
If you are interested please see me or give me a call.
Thank You
Bob Powers, GK 631-265-2967
1st Prize:
RAFFLE
500 Gallons FUNDRAISER
Proceeds will help with expenses related to
of Home Heating Oil
2nd Prize:
200 Gallons
of Reg. Unleaded Gasoline
or cash equivalent at market price
Ronkonkoma’s 25th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
$25.00 Per Ticket
See Bartender or Jim Tallman: 917-440-1955
Drawing to be held Nov. 7, 2014 at Tobins
(Winner need not be present to win)
Komforters for Kids
The Suffolk County Columbiettes will be collecting twin size comforter
sets for the Little Flower Children and Family services at their chapter
meeting on November 17. Any Knight who would like to donate a
comforter set please bring it to our November business meeting.
We will also be taking up a cash collection to buy more comforter sets.
Thanks to those Knights who have already donated.
Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Voter Check List - If you are a registered voter in N.Y.S. be ready to cast a ballot for:
___________ a House of Representatives Member to represent your area
___________ N.Y.S. Governor, Lt. Governor, Comptroller, and Attorney General
___________ a N.Y.S. Senator to represent your area
___________ a N.Y.S. Assembly Member to represent your area
___________ a Comptroller for Suffolk County
___________ Town Council, Village Trustees and Receiver of Taxes (Contests on ballot vary by town.)
___________ County, Family, District, and Town Court Judges
The Stakes in 2014:
A gain of 6 US Senate seats gives control to the GOP. (1/3 of the Senate) will be elected to 6 year terms. (NY’s Sen.
Schumer was elected in 2010 and Sen. Gillibrand in 2014). Current Senate stops pro-life bills. The Senate must also
confirm the President’s Supreme Court nominees with 50 votes, but 60 are needed to end a possible filibuster. In the US
House of Representatives, GOP wouldn’t lose control unless it lost 17 seats. House Members serve two year terms.
The battle for control of the NY State Senate is fully underway.
32 seats are needed to form a majority in the 63-member Senate chamber. Long Island’s nine Senate races could determine which
party takes control. The NY State Senate is key to stopping the expansion of “abortion rights”, which lost by a single Senate vote in
2014. In NYS, we need more Pro-Life members of the Assembly from Nassau/Suffolk, although control of that body is thought likely
to remain with the Democrats.
Research the stand of each candidate to appear on your ballot and vote Nov 4.
“What matters most in every election is voter turnout!!” Rev. Frank Pavone.
GIVE BLOOD
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11
4:00pm to 9:00pm
What a Great
Way to
Honor
a Veteran
on
Veteran’s Day!!
**Please note: Donations of non-perishable food, toiletries, paper
goods, gift cards and small unwrapped toys will be collected at all
Council functions from now through Christmas.
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Afternoon Christmas Party
Sunday, December 7
1:00pm - 5:00pm
$10.00 per person
Beer ~ Wine ~ Soda ~ Buffet
For tickets, please contact:
Sean and Maureen Ennis at 278-4699
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Evening Christmas Party
Saturday, December 13
8:00pm
$20.00 per person
Christmas Dinner and Open Bar
~ DJ and Dancing ~
Only 120 tickets will be sold for this event.
Tickets will be available at all November meetings or contact:
Joe or Ann DiNero at 580-5162
**We are requesting donations of unwrapped toys to be distributed
to needy families in our community
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St. Regis Squirettes present
Breakfast with Santa
Sunday, December 14 ~ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
There will be food, crafts, dancing and Santa!! Remember to bring a gift for each child or
grandchild to be given by Santa (value no more than $15). Don’t forget to bring your
cameras for photos!
There is no cost to anyone - we only ask that you bring a non-perishable food item or small
unwrapped toys to be donated to St. Joseph’s Outreach.
If you have any questions, please contact the Squirette Counselor Marguerite Garguilo at
445-8536. We look forward to seeing you all there!
Happy Birthday!!!
ST. REGIS COUNCIL WISHES ALL BROTHERS BORN IN NOVEMBER A HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
Francis J Kovar
Ronald Poserina
Garrett T Cugell
Thomas A Gillin
James H Foy
Gerard Mc Garrity
Carlo Milillo
Robert Roiland
Mario A Spagnoli
Edwin Cordero
John F Day
John M Murphy
Charles H Rivera
Donald Carcone
Thomas P Boyle
Michael Luise
James M Scheller Sr
Joseph A Matera
John J Rice
Andrea Ritieni
James E Tierney
Lawrence J Biglin
Francesco Saracino
Harry C Watson
Brian W Kelly
Michael Taylor
Richard A Coffey
Henry Halinski
John R Cummings
William Hope
Neal D Mc Quillan
Orlando Cervini
John A Schwab
Alan J Alfino
Steven J Ansaldi
Gary P Guardino
Leo A Servedio
Joseph M Ventimiglia
Robert J Treubert Jr
Henry G Balkam
Christopher K Manley
Patrick J Curtin
Thomas L Emde
Richard R Olszewski
Martin J Durkin
William J Herrmann
Martin S Quinn
Matthew T O Donnell
Peter E Chacona
Anthony J Vitalino
Russell J Campion Sr
Bruce T Rafferty
Anthony Scicutella
Dr Louis Scotti
Steven Westerdale
Alan W Bowers
Kevin P Redican
Robert C Starcher
Emilio Del Genio
Thomas M Kecki
Anthony Caldara Jr
Alexander M Sexton
Harold J. Carlton III PGK
Field Agent
Ph: 631-676-6211
email: [email protected]
So why is it so important that you meet with me:
1. I will review your existing life insurance coverage. Let's make sure there is no expiration date or future cost increase. Check to see that your
beneficiaries are current. Ensure that the coverage you have is going to do what you intend it to do.
2. Review your investment and retirement accounts. Often, these statements can be confusing. As your trained professional, I can clarify what you have
and ensure you have an understanding of what it may or may not do. How will these accounts be impacted when one spouse pre-deceases?
3. Review your strategy to fund long term care cost. What does it cost for In-Home care, In-Patient care? How do I cover those costs?
4. Review what would happen if your income stopped due to injury. How would you pay your bills, keep your house, feed your family?
5. Review your strategy to fund final expenses and burial. Do you know what a funeral cost today?
6. Review your strategy to provide income you cannot outlive.
My goal is to help you understand what you own...Please use me as a valuable resource. Best news of all, my professional service to you is free. I have
been thoroughly trained and have unlimited resources to ensure the most up-to-date information available. Don't waste this opportunity.
My wife Sara and I would like to wish you all a very peaceful and Blessed Thanksgiving. I am truly thankful to be your Knights of Columbus agent and
given this opportunity to help Catholic families achieve peace of mind.
May God Bless you and hold you in his arms each day. May He bring Peace and Happiness to your household and all your family.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
May God Bless you and your family and keep them safe.
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MILITARY BRIDGE
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PLAY WITH 3 OF YOUR FRIENDS
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WE GUARANTEE LOADS OF FUN AND LAUGHS!
ST. REGIS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
2850 POND ROAD • RONKONKOMA
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2014
7:00PM SHARP!!!
CALL ANNETTE VITALINO AT 631-981-0794
*SEATING IS LIMITED RESERVE YOUR TEAMS SPOT TODAY*
I MUST HAVE A FINAL TOTAL BY NOV.15
Remove and attach to your check or cash
Make checks payable to St. Regis Columbiettes.
Mail This as Soon as Possible
Name:____________________________________________
How Many Will Be Attending:_____________
Attached is$ ___________________________
$15.00 per person
$50.00 per Table (4 people)
Return To:
Annette Vitalino
21 Windham Lane
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee
Presents our
3rd Annual
50's Dance
Saturday, November 15, 2014
8:00pm to 12:00 midnight
DJ Entertainment
Catered By LaKoma Deli
Your Choice of Roasted Chicken or Roast Beef Dinner
Prize for Best 50's Outfit ~ Raffles ~ 50/50 ~ Open Bar
Reserve your tickets now!
$35.00 per person
Payment due by November 8, 2014
NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
For tickets call Chairlady Paula Martire at 846-4289 or Debbie Woods at 277-3837
or Mail Payment To:
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee
PO Box 318 • Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Please Make Checks Payable To: St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee
Men’s
Prayer Group
Every Tuesday night
at St. Joseph’s Church starting at 7:30pm
For information, call: Ed Nelson 981-4402
• Bob Koepper 588-7662
• Gerry McMenamin, PGK 648-3090
Church Bulletin
Help Wanted
Confirmation at St. Joseph’s is on
November 17 at 10:00am and 1:30pm.
We need men to usher for both.
Please wear a tuxedo or a black suit.
Please call Ed Nelson 981-4402
Memorial Mass at St. Regis
Please bring your family and join us
for a Very Special Mass Nov. 19 at 8:00pm
Message from the President
My fellow Columbiettes,
Weren’t the colors on the trees just beautiful? God must have a very talented painter on staff.
My deepest aplogies to Agnes Ludwigson who does not have ovarian cancer as reported in last
month's Knight Life.
We welcomed in 2 new Columbiettes at our October meeting – Lisa Sevinell and Lucielle Meisner.
Our degree team did a wonderful job as always despite new roles for some people and new volunteers
in others. This good job was due mainly to the leadership of our Ceremonial chairperson Colleen
Wyman. We also had two very special dignitaries in attendance – Doreen DeBlasio, State Chairman
of District Deputies and Amelia Joseph, Suffolk Chapter President. They were equally impressed
by the degree team and Amelia even stayed for our meeting.
Congratulations to our Columbiettes who received their Major Degree at Patchogue Council on
October 28.
On October 5, Past President Ann Festa, VP Pat Blinn and I attended the Memorial Mass at the
Shrine of our Lady of the Island in Eastport. We honored the following Columbiettes who had
passed away from Oct 2013 to Sept 2014 – Grace Eterno, Agnes Lane, Claire McQuillen and Mary
Tallman. It was a beautiful day to visit the shrine and the ceremony was very moving.
Our Knight at the Races was very successful thanks to our Chairlady Terry Powers, her husband
Grand Knight Bob Powers, Matt & Laura Balkam. Also a big thanks to Deputy Grand Knight Danny
Purcell who tended bar, Vinnie Lettieri our Emcee for the night, the Squirettes and all those who
manned the betting tables and the horses.
Check the calendar for the November events and looking ahead into December we have the lighting
of the Creche on Dec 2, We will be serving food and hot drinks. Christmas is a very special time
of year and the lighting of the crèche gives us the chance to take time away from all the hustle and
bustle of the holiday to remember just what is the reason for the season. Please make time on your
calendar for this.
Also there is the play “It’s a Wonderful Life” at the Smithtown Center for Performing Arts on Dec 21.
See flyer in the Knight Life for further information.
I would like to wish everyone a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving.
Fraternally yours,
Mary Anne Hartnett
Madam President
COLUMBIETTES BAKE SALE
Sat. and Sun. Nov. 8-9
at St. Joseph’s Church Before and After all Masses
It's time once again for the Columbiettes Bake Sale. This is one of the few fund raisers we
have and we really need your help. We need cakes, cupcakes, pies, breads, cookies, and
brownies. Since we are approaching the holiday season, we are presented with the
opportunity to include holiday-themed products including candy apples, chocolate
candies, chocolate lollipops, holiday cereal bars and popcorn balls. You can let your
imagination run wild. Please make sure that all products are suitably wrapped (cellophane,
plastic wrap or baggies). Please call me and let me know what you will bring and what
Mass it is for. I need to make sure I have all the Masses covered. My volunteers and I will
be at all the masses to accept your cakes. Feel free to stick around and help out. Thank
you in advance; The Columbiettes always come through.
Terry Powers - 631.265.2967
St Regis Columbiettes
are requesting your presence at
Smithtown Center
for the Performing Arts
2 East Main Street, Smithtown
It’s a Wonderful Life
3PM Sunday Dec. 21, 2014
$25.00
Get there early for Wine and Cheese
There will also be raffles and a 50-50
For tickets and information contact:
Millie D’Agostino 631-585-2753
Columbiette Annual
Communion Breakfast
January 11, 2015
9:00am mass at St. Joseph's
followed by
Breakfast at St. Regis Knights
of Columbus Council
from 10:00am until 1:00pm
Adults $10.00 pp
Children under 12 - $5.00 Ages 5 and under are free
Please reserve your seats by January 2nd 2015
For more information, please contact
Joyce Purcell at 467-0230
or
Dawn Santiago at 275-4211
Columbiette Calendar
November
1 - Craft Fair
5 - Officer’s Meeting
8/9 - Columbiette Bake Sale at St. Joseph’s
9 - Stony Brook Vets Home - meet at St. Regis 9:00am
11 - Veteran’s Day Blood Drive
12 - Columbiette Meeting
19 - Veterans Lunch
22 - Military Bridge
23 - Monthly Memorial Mass - 9:00 am mass
Congratulations
Pray for the Sick
Please continue to pray for Agnes Ludwigson as she continues
to battle breast cancer. Also pray for Denise Savage (daughter
of Linda Savage) who is undergoing treatment for bone
cancer. Catherine Szynaka is home from rehab.
Our deepest sympathies to PP and Secretary Cathy West
and her family on the death of her sister Mary MaGee. Please
keep her family in your prayers. Get well wishes to Joyce
Purcell's brother & brother Knight Tony Falcinelli who was
involved in a car accident last month.
Our Memorial Mass for the deceased members of the Knights
and Columbiettes will be on Sunday, October 26 at 9AM at St
Joseph's Church followed by refreshments at the Council. All
are welcome to attend.
If you know of any Columbiette who is in need of a
visit or a card, please call:
Pat Blinn 631-619-6181
Happy Birthday
to all our
Sister Columbiettes
Born in N
ovember
November
Pat and Rick Alvanos on the birth of their
Grandaughter
Ava Sophia Alvanos
Welcome to the World Little One!
St. Regis Columbiettes
Night at the Races
MEMBERSHIP
If you know of any Catholic ladies - family or
friends - who are at least 17 years of age, please
call me with their names and phone numbers.
Fraternally,
Fraternally,
Joyce Purcell
Dawn Santiago
467-0230
275-4211
Thank You to all the volunteers and all
who joined us. Because of your help and
participation our Night at The Races was
a great success.
Terry Powers
Chairlady
St. Regis Columbiettes Officers 2014-2015
President
Past President
Vice President
Secretary
Financial Secretary
Treasurer
Sentinel
MaryAnne Hartnett
Ann Festa
Patricia Blinn
Catherine West
Annette Vitalino
Mary Ellen Bergin
Theresa Powers
Chairladies
Sick & Welfare
By-laws
Membership
Ceremonials
Newsletter
467-2418
588-2587
619-6181
585-1719
981-0794
619-6865
265-2967
Board of Audit
Patricia Blinn
619-6181
Colleen Wyman
Regina Rail
Joyce Purcell
Colleen Wyman
Stacey Johnson
909-8492
467-0230
942-8390
737-1615
Ann Festa
942-8390
588-2587
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Mark Johnson
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St. Regis Columbiette
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RETURN
SERVICE
REQUESTED
Knights of Columbus
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York
NOVEMBER 2014
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
SUN
MON
TUE
CASINO
BUS TRIP
ALL SOULS
DAY
Daylight Savings
Time Ends
3
5
ELECTION
DAY
Turn Clocks Back
9
10
Columbiette
Bake Sale
16
BLOOD
DRIVE
18
24
7
Columbiette
Officer’s Mtg
Squires
Meeting
13
Columbiette
Meeting
30
19 Veteran;s
Audit
25
Squirettes
Meeting
FAIR
All Saints Day
Columbiette
Bake Sale
Cub Scout
Spaghetti Dinner
15
50's Dance
POKER
21
20
Memorial
Mass
at St. Regis
8:00pm
26
$3000
BINGO
22
Military
Bridge
Squires Meeting
27
28
CLOSED
$3000
BINGO
29
Christmas
Decorating
POKER FUNDRAISER
THANKSGIVING
Officers
Meeting
1 CRAFT
FUNDRAISER
Coalition
For
Life
1 December
Chapter Meeting
Parade
Meeting
BUILDING
Memorial
Mass
$3000
BINGO
14
Screening
SAT
8
$3000
BINGO
Lunch
Columbiette
Chapter
Meeting
23
6
VETERAN’S
DAY
17
FRI
Business
Meeting
12
11
Club 4651
Meeting
Stony Brook
Vets Home
THU
Council Christmas
4
Officers
Meeting
ST. REGIS COUNCIL #4651
BLOOD DRIVE
Decorating
No
v. 11
Nov
Nov. 28
Please
9:00am
Donate
Volunteers Needed!
Nov. 2
Bus Leaves 9am
2
WED
Pre Srt Std
U.S. Postage
PAID
Permit No.1730
Ronkonkoma, NY
11779
2 December 3 December
Creche Lighting
Business
Pot Luck Dinner
Meeting
7:00pm
Columbiette
Officer’s Mtg
4 December
Squirettes
Parents
Night Out
5 December
$3000
BINGO
Squires Meeting
6 December
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