KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS NEWSLETTER FATHER NICHOLAS RAUSCH OSB COUNCIL 1643 SAINT FRANCIS of ASSISI ASSEMBLY 1183

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1 KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS NEWSLETTER FATHER NICHOLAS RAUSCH OSB COUNCIL 1643 SAINT FRANCIS of ASSISI ASSEMBLY Grand Knight: Darren E. Johnson Chaplain: Fr. Pat McDermott Faithful Navigator: Mike Colosi Faithful Friar: Fr. Lawrence Gosselin Fraternal Benefits Information: Field Agent Joe Snow in Dupont at , General Agent Jarrod Roth in Bremerton at Knights of Columbus Customer Service at DECEMBER 2013, ISSUE NO Knights of Columbus Newsletters are published monthly by Father Nicholas Rausch OSB Council 1643, th Avenue SE, Olympia WA It is distributed to members of Knights of Columbus Father Nicholas Rausch OSB Council Postage is paid at Olympia, Washington. NEWSLETTER CO-EDITORS: Jim Pivec and Tom Brignole are the co-editors of our newsletter. Please send any articles for the newsletter to Jim or Tom by the 15 th of the month. And let Jim or Tom know if you would like to receive your newsletter in full color via . Jim s address is Tom s address is If you do not have , Jim s snail mail address is 2406 Dublin Drive NW Olympia WA COUNCIL CHRISTMAS PARTY DECEMBER 19TH Our Annual Council Christmas Party (AKA Tom & Jerry Party) will take place on Thursday, December 19 th beginning at 6PM at Columbian Hall. A pot luck buffet augmented by a main dish (donation bucket provided) of pineapple and cherry glazed ham will be served. Our bartenders will have a supply of steaming Tom & Jerrys along with the usual array of libations. This is a family event. Please join us for food and fellowship. Food and beverages will be available at 6PM and the KC Schola will lead a Yuletide sing-along promptly at 7PM, followed by presentation of gifts to several military families who will be our guests. This event is scheduled to wrap up at 8PM so that your Christmas elves can return to your busy tasks. Pot Luck Suggestions Last Name Begins with T-Z Salads Q-S Dinner Rolls and Butter K-P Starchy Side Dish F-J Veggie Side Dish A-E Dessert, i.e. pies, cakes, bars, cookies, candy, etc. *Please bring enough for 20 people Page -1-

2 Grand Knight s Message Brother Knights, The month of November has been a busy one for many of us. We hosted the Men s conference at St. Michael and I appreciate (and Fr. Jim does also because he told me so) all the volunteers that made this event a success. We handled the parking and hospitality and even had help from a lone Squire. Nicholas Johnson (no relation just another great Johnson) was asked to help at the Men s conference with the audio visual equipment for the day, Nicholas really seemed to enjoy this task and who knows - he may have a future in broadcasting and for one of our local networks. Great Job Nicholas! We even had a special thank you for My Catholic Faith Ministries which can be found on our Facebook page. Didn t know we had a Facebook page? Karl Hoffman set it up for the council and assembly and it is a great tool to have to keep our brother KNIGHTS informed and gives me the opportunity to let everyone know what is happening and post items about an event that was scheduled that day or even while it is actually happening. Social media can be an awesome tool when used to help support our council and the events we put on or participle in. This is just another tool that can be used like our website to direct parishioners and our Brother Knights to for events and detailed information. Mike Mock has spent numerous hours on our website and we need to thank him for all his hard work. Visit us at Next it was time to fire up the pancake makers, ham slicers and juice machines. We started with Sacred Heart on the 10 th and served up our top secret pancakes (Cash and Carry but don t tell anyone) and held a membership drive and sold Christmas cards. On the 17 th we did the same at St. Michael. All involved had lots of fun. We used our new Knights of Columbus coloring books and the little kids loved them I even think I may have seen Fr. Pat coloring in one of them! Speaking of Fr. Pat - he was a major force helping us to starting the Hispanic round table later that day at Sacred Heart. This round table would not have been possible without the help of Karl Hoffman, Peter Gonzales and John Zyrkowski who were there after 2pm Mass the past 5 weeks with me handing out flyers and talking to candidates. We had the special Hispanic 1 st degree team here from Vancouver and their families (please see pictures below) and had a special ice cream social afterwards because who doesn t like ice cream. We had 8 brothers join our council so we welcome them to the Knights and we look forward to having them getting involved in our councils events. So that brings up membership. We are now at 12 new members and 8 transfers so we are half way to Star council so remember my Grand Knight challenge and recruit one of your Catholic brothers. Now it s time for the program that is my favorite thing (I sound like Oprah) that we do - the KNIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS. So let s deck the halls and spread some cheer but I can t do it myself so I am looking for 6 Santa s helpers to drive their sleighs (a pickup will work also) on the 14 th of December. We will need lots of elves (and yes Ed Sauley they do make your elf suit in your size). So to start this we will meet at Columbian hall on Friday December 6 th at 7pm to prepackage all the lights, decorations, tree skirts and extension cords. We will also go through the stuffed animals and toys that St Vincent St. Mikes has been saving for us. Then at 8am December 14 th outside the hall we will pre-fit the trees to the stands (this was Kim Washburn s and Don Robbins s idea last year that really made it easy when we got to the houses). Get your list of names ( I could use 3-4 volunteers to call some of these families to qualify them and find out what is needed; knights wives can do this also) and grab your bag, toys and away we go. Last year we delivered 25 trees in 2 ½ hours so I think we would even have impressed the big guy in red. So help us to make it a wonderful Christmas for some others that may not have a Merry Christmas otherwise. Food for Families Please bring some nonperishable food items to our next council meeting on December 5 th. We will be collecting food for the Thurston County Food Bank during the month of December. Merry Christmas and God Bless Darren E. Johnson Grand Knight Council 1643 Upcoming Local Degrees Brothers: If you are interested in going to a 2 nd or 3 rd degree please contact Darren Johnson, or for more details. Page -2-

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4 FAITHFUL NAVIGATOR S MESSAGE My Brother Sir Knights, The Veterans Appreciation Dinner and Memorial Mass behind us leaves one last event for the year - our Christmas party on the 19th of December at Columbian Hall. This year it will be a dual event with the council. The 4th degree will be sponsoring two military families at $300 per family. I believe that we will have a donation from Mills and Mills that will also help with two additional families. As always our Chef will supply a main dish and those in attendance will be asked to supply a side dish. Your friendly hall bartenders will be there to supply your favorite beverages. Backtracking a bit, thank you to all who helped with the Veterans dinner. The Sea Cadets did a great job with the presentation of the colors and clean up. Jack and Kathy Winslow were an impressive duo behind the bar and as always the dinner was excellent, Sam Pellegrino - well done. Thanks to all who helped this past weekend with the Keep Christ in Christmas tree cutting, Jared Boyd and the Squires did a great job. Nine trees were donated by Schilter Family Farm again this year and set up at Pellegrino s Italian Kitchen on Cleveland Ave in Tumwater. Stop by later this month and check it out. Thanks to Sam and his staff for breakfast afterward. We` started that morning at 8 am and had the trees cut, set and breakfast done by noon. I think we got this thing licked. Finally on the 6th of December there will be a set up for the Knights Before Christmas, packing lights, stands and ornaments for distribution on the 14th. Volunteers would be greatly appreciated. See Darren Johnson s Grand Knight s Report for all of the details. To everyone - Have a Happy Thanksgiving. Respectfully, Mike Colosi Faithful Navigator St. Francis of Assisi Assembly 1183 COLUMBIAN HALL TO BE CLOSED FOR REMODEL IN JANUARY Columbian Hall will be closed for remodel during the month of January. Our new floor is being installed and we look forward to the completion. Please pay close attention to the calendar for the location of any events normally held at the hall during this time. Thank you for your support and for your generous donations to our floor replacement. CAN YOU PRAY FOR VOCATIONS FOR JUST ONE HOUR? Brother Knights, Father Jim Lee has requested that the Knights of Columbus pray for religious vocations at the St. Joseph Adoration Chapel at the St. Michael Downtown Church for one or more hours per week. We have designated Sunday AM hours of 1 AM, 2 AM, or 3 AM on December 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29 th as our Knights of Columbus hours. Please call Tom Hruska at or to sign up for one or more of the above hours. Thank You. God bless you and your family. Page -4-

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6 PRESCHOOL CHRISTMAS PARTY AT SACRED HEART. Friday, December 13 th at 6 PM. Hallen Hall The format of this year s Children s Christmas Party has been changed to a Party for Preschoolers. Our Knights of Columbus Council will be assisting the Sacred Heart Holy Name Society. We need volunteers at 5:30PM to assemble goodie bags for the kids and also to help clean up after the party is over. Please contact Matt Eliason at for more information. STATE BULLETIN The Washington State Council of the Knights of Columbus publishes a monthly bulletin. For members interested in viewing this publication it is available at: Page -6-

7 DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS Member Name Date Member Name Date Gerald Barrette Dec 01 Joseph Patnude Dec 18 James Vettori Dec 01 Matthew Stull Dec 18 Casey Colbeth Dec 04 Gary Steele Dec 19 James Harmon Dec 04 Jose Abes Dec 23 Daniel Fitzmorris Dec 06 Nikolas Peterson Dec 23 Robert Quimby Dec 06 James Foley Dec 24 Kim Washburn PGK Dec 07 John Geis Dec 24 Kenneth Latsch Dec 09 James Johnson Dec 24 Matt Eliason Dec 12 Stephen Marusa Dec 24 Ronald Magdaleno Dec 12 Corbett Thornton Dec 26 Michael Colosi FN Dec 13 Steven Kurczak Dec 28 Edward Schilter Dec 13 Thomas Bart Dec 29 Stephen McDonald Dec 15 John Furey Dec 29 Robert Falkner Dec 16 WANT A NEW NAME BADGE?? Jack Winslow is also the man to go to if you would like a new name badge. Below are the three types to order. Send your order to Jack Winslow at 7126 Axis Street SE Lacey WA Or at Page -7-

8 Support Our Advertisers Advertisement space is available in our newsletter. The proceeds from this advertising will be used to defray the cost of publishing our newsletter and will not be used for charity. Each ad space is the size of a standard business card, and costs only $50 per year. A bargain price at today s advertising prices. The price for larger ads is based on the number of spaces used. We have over 300 members who receive this newsletter via mail and each month. Please contact newsletter publisher Jim Pivec at (360) for details. Page -8-

9 Meet Our New Faithful Friar Father Lawrence Gosselin Father Lawrence Gosselin has accepted our invitation to be Faithful Friar of our 4 th degree St. Francis of Assisi Assembly Father Gosselin has a most interesting resume. Read on you will learn about his amazing background. We are honored to have him as our new Faithful Friar. Father Lawrence Gosselin entered the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Spirit, Conyers, GA, where he studied for the priesthood as a Trappist monk. He pursued further studies in music, liturgy, theology, and architecture at: The Abbey of Gethsemani, Trappist KY The University of Notre Dame The University of Georgia Emory University, Atlanta GA Pope John XXIII National Seminary, Weston MA St. Francis Seminary, Loretto PA He was ordained to the diaconate at St. Anne s Church, Shrewsbury, MA on March 25 th, He was ordained a priest by the Most Rev. Bernard J. Flanagan at St. Paul Cathedral, Worcester, MA on June 6 th, Father Lawrence served as associate pastor in Southbridge and in Winchendon, MA. In addition to his parochial duties, Father Lawrence served the Diocese of Worcester as: Director of Worship Chairman of the Diocesan Liturgical Commission Member of the Diocesan Ecumenical Commission An active member of the Roman Catholic - Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Theological Dialogue. In the spring of 1981, acceding to his pre-ordination canonical petition, Father Lawrence was granted a change of ecclesiastical enrollment ( change of rite ) by Pope John Paul II and was incardinated in the Melkite Greek-Catholic Church and the Eparchy of Newton by the late Archbishop Joseph Tawil. As a Melkite Greek-Catholic priest of the Eparchy of Newton, Father Lawrence served as associate pastor of St. Anne parish, W. Paterson, NJ, and then as pastor of Our Lady of the Cedars parish in Manchester, NH. He also served as: As instructor in Liturgy for the Diaconate training programs of the Eparchy of Newton and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester, NH Visiting professor of Liturgy at St. Anselm s Abbey, Manchester, NH and St. John s Roman Catholic Seminary, Brighton MA Interim rector of St. Gregory the Theologian Seminary Pastor of St. George the Great-Martyr parish and national shrine in Birmingham, AL He served on the eparchy s Board of Consultors from 1982 until He served as the ecumenical representative of the eparchy, and from as the eparchial director of Melkite Charities - during this time he was instrumental in founding the eparchial Shepherd s Care program. Father Lawrence was appointed chairman of the Committee for Eastern Catholics in the Military Services of the U.S. and Canada by the Eastern Catholic bishops - an office he continues to hold. In this position he not only chairs the committee, but also functions as liaison and advocate for Eastern Catholic concerns with the Archdiocese for the Military Services USA, the Canadian Military Vicariate, and the Canadian Forces Chaplain General (RC). Father Lawrence has served as chairman from , present, during the year 1992 he served as vice chairman. Until his retirement from military active duty, he additionally served as the dean of Eastern Catholic military chaplains in the United States and Canada. With permission of Archbishop Joseph Tawil of Newton, Father Lawrence applied for admittance to the Air Force Reserves as a chaplain and received subsequent commissioning as a 1st Lieutenant on October 28, He was assigned as an Individual Mobilization Augmentee Reserve chaplain to 9018 ARS ARPC/HC and attached to Columbus AFB, MS where he served from October of 1985 until August of In addition to his duties at Columbus, Chaplain Gosselin served as an instructor at the USAF Chaplain School, Maxwell AFB, AL, where he taught the Law of Armed Conflict as well as various courses on Eastern Christianity. Released for active duty by the archbishop and endorsed by the Archdiocese for the Military Services (endorsing agent for Eastern Catholics, as well as Roman Catholics) he was assigned to the 3700 ABG at Lackland AFB, TX coincidently 24 years to the day when he first arrived at Lackland in 1964 as an eighteen-year-old recruit! At Lackland he served as Catholic Chaplain for the Technical Training School and as pastor for Eastern Catholics of the six San Antonio area military installations. Page -9-

10 Father Lawrence Gosselin (cont.) In November of 1989 Father Lawrence took up duties as Senior Catholic Chaplain with the 7276 ABG, Iraklion AS, Crete, Greece, with attachment to the National Security Agency (NSA). During this time he also served as the sole chaplain to U.S. Naval Activity, Souda Bay, for which he was decorated by the U.S. Navy, and was deployed to various locations in support of operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. On 1 January 1991, he was given the pectoral cross and awarded the Cross of Honor by His Eminence Archbishop Timoteos, Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of Crete. In June he was created a Stavropriest (the equivalent of Monsignor in the Roman Rite) by his eparch, His Eminence Ignatius Ghattas of Newton and in July of that same year he was honored by Her Majesty s Canadian Forces with the award: Pour Service au Canada in recognition of his continued chairmanship of the Committee for Eastern Catholics in the Military Services of Canada and the United States. In November of 1991 Chaplain Gosselin was reassigned as Catholic chaplain to McGuire AFB, New Jersey. In June of 1993 Chaplain Gosselin was transferred to the 18th Wing (PACAF) Kadena AB, Okinawa, Japan, as Catholic Chaplain to the largest overseas U.S. military installation in the world. In addition to his duties as a base level Catholic chaplain, he served, on an inter-service level, as pastor to Eastern Catholics for the 18 American military bases on Okinawa. While assigned to Kadena AB, Chaplain Gosselin was deployed to Guantanamo Naval Base, Cuba, as the Senior Chaplain for a Cuban refugee camp of over 2,500 unaccompanied males; in doing so, he supervised three U.S. Army Protestant chaplains and 5 enlisted personnel (3 U.S. Army, 2 U.S, Navy). During this time, he instituted a catechist and ministerial training program for over 450 Cuban refugees that positively affected the lives of the over 50,000 migrants then present at Guantanamo and was cited for his great personal courage in quelling a riot of over two thousand migrants in the midst of 120 MPH hurricane force winds. For these activities he was awarded the Joint Service Achievement Medal by the Marine Corps commander of the U.S. Atlantic Command. In June of 1995, Chaplain Gosselin was reassigned to 1st Fighter Wing - Langley AFB, Virginia, where he served as one of two base level Catholic Chaplains for over 9000 Catholics. On June 17th, 1996, Chaplain Gosselin was selected for promotion to the rank of Major. While serving at Langley AFB, Chaplain Gosselin designed and implemented a first-ever inter-service chaplain candidate joint training program for over 25 seminarians (of all faiths) from the Army, Navy and Air Force, for which he was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal (3rd Oak Leaf Cluster). In June 1997, Father Lawrence was reassigned as Catholic Chaplain to the 14th Flying Training Wing, Columbus AFB, MS, with pastoral responsibility for over 2500 personnel and dependents including: student pilots, instructor pilots, and support personnel. In May of 1998, Father Lawrence was granted the use of the mitre and given the honorific of Right Reverend Archpriest by Bishop Isadore Borecky of Toronto on behalf of the Eastern Catholic Bishops of Canada. In July of 1999 he was subsequently assigned to Royal Air Force Base Mildenhall, United Kingdom, serving as Senior Catholic Chaplain and Senior Support Ministries Chaplain. On June 3rd, 2001, the Vigil of Pentecost, Father Lawrence was created an Archpriest in his own eparchy by His Eminence, Archbishop John Elya, Bishop of Newton. In July of 2001 Archpriest Lawrence was reassigned to McConnell AFB, KS. Subsequent to the terrorist attacks of 9-11, he served as chaplain on the USAF Battle Staff, served as Wing Chaplain, and in various war-time deployments. While stationed at McConnell AFB Father Lawrence further served as the senior priest of the Archdiocese for the Military Services in Kansas and Oklahoma, and inaugurated the first annual Kapaun Military Pilgrimage to Pilsen, KS, home of Venerable Servant of God Emil Kapaun Korean War United States Army chaplain who died heroically as a communist Chinese prisoner of war and whose cause for canonization is presently being examined. On 31 May of 2005, and with nearly 26 years of combined military service as Airman, N.C.O., officer and chaplain, Chaplain Gosselin retired from the Air Force and returned to full time service in the Eparchy of Newton. On retirement from active duty, Father Lawrence was assigned as pastor to St. Joseph Melkite Greek-Catholic, Scranton, PA. He served in the Scranton parish until October of 2007 when he was assigned to St. Joseph Melkite Greek-Catholic parish, Lansing, MI. In February 2011 Archpriest Lawrence retired as pastor of the Lansing parish and took up duties as chaplain to the nuns of Holy Theophany Romanian Greek-Catholic Monastery, Olympia, Washington, where he continues to serve. Archpriest Lawrence has been a member of the Knights of Columbus since 1981 when he became the chaplain to Our Lady of the Cedars Council #5260 -founded as the very first Eastern Catholic council in the United States. After retirement to Olympia, Washington, he transferred his membership to Council 1643 in Lacey. Page -10-

11 Father Lawrence Gosselin (cont.) In addition to the Knights of Columbus, Archpriest Lawrence holds membership in the Catholic War Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Military Officers Association, Air Force Association, Royal Canadian Legion (honorary) as well as various other ecclesiastical, military, veterans and service organizations. Father Lawrence s hobbies include: heraldry, iconography, reading, history, music, genealogy. He has designed numerous coats of arms for eparchies, dioceses, institutions, bishops and individuals in both the United States and Canada. UNITED STATES MILITARY AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: Air Force Meritorious Service Medal (3 oak leaf clusters) Air Force Commendation Medal (3 oak leaf clusters) Joint Service Achievement Medal Air Force Achievement Medal Navy Achievement Medal Joint Meritorious Unit Award (1 device) Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (4 devices) American Expeditionary Service Medal (2 oak leaf clusters) War Against Terrorism Service Medal Coast Guard Special Operations Medal National Defense Service Medal (1 oak leaf cluster) Humanitarian Service Medal (1 device) Air Force Good Conduct Medal (as enlisted0 Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (as enlisted) Military Training Ribbon (1 device) FOREIGN AWARDS AND DECORATIONS: Primatial Cross of Crete (Greece) Pour Service au Canada (Canada) EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION: Sergeant 01 October, st Lieutenant 28 October, 1985 Captain 31 August, 1987 Major 01 October, 1997 MEMBERSHIPS: Committee for Eastern Catholics in the Military Services of Canada and the United States (chair) American Institute of Ecclesiastical Design Knights of Columbus American College of Heraldry, fellow American Heraldic Institute La Société Royale Héraldique du Canada Franco-American Genealogical Society l Association des Familles Gosselin d Amerique Air Force Association Military Officers Association Catholic War Veveterans Veterans of Foreign Wars Royal Canadian Legion (honorary) PUBLISHED BIBLIOGRAPHY: Incense Rising Like Prayer, Martindale, 1978 Book and Altar, Chair and Ambo Primary Architectural Symbols in Catholic Liturgy, Martindale, 1982 Though They Are Strangers Handbook for the Pastoral Care of Eastern Catholics in the Military Services of Canada and the U.S. DND Crown Publishing, 1988, rev. 1998, 2008 Greek-Cathollic Liturgikon for the Military Forces, DND Crown Publishing, 1992, rev Heraldry in the Eastern Churches, Clairvaux Publications, 2000 Page -11-

12 L. G. Isaacson Co Mottman Rd SW Tumwater Industrial Tools & Supplies Branches also in Longview and Aberdeen Columbian Hall For Rent Non-smoking. Seating for 250. Air conditioned with HD TV, kitchen, stage & parking. New Projector and screen for electronic presentations. Weddings, receptions, parties, business meetings, memorial services etc. Discounted rates for KC members THIS SPACE IS AVAILABLE Page -12-

13 Pro-Life News MARK YOUR CALENDAR OLYMPIA, MARCH FOR LIFE 2014 will be on January 21st (Parking crew: pray for a nice day) WASHINGTON DC, MARCH FOR LIFE 2014 will be on January 22nd SAN FRANCISCO WALK FOR LIFE 2014 willbe onjanuary 25th (Anyone wishing to go please Dani at K of C Schola Cantorum We want you!! We are in need of new members. The only requirements are an appreciation of traditional Sacred Music (as well as more contemporary and Patriotic music), the ability to carry tune, and the enjoyment of weekly fellowship with other members. We meet Tuesday evenings at Pellegrino s Event Center between the hours of 7:00pm and 9:00pm. Refreshments are usually provided. We sing for such events as Memorial Day Mass Calvary Cemetery, combined Choir Mass with the choirs at St. Michael s and Sacred Heart, our annual Memorial Mass for Deceased Members at the Hall, the Council Christmas and St. Patrick Day parties, St. George s Pilgrimage, and the Tridentine Latin Mass. PLEASE HELP! Call Sam a at Page -13-

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15 Knight of the Month Bill Bowman The Father Nicholas Rausch OSB Council 1643 Knight of the month for November is Bill Bowman. Here is a photo of Brother Knight Bill serving as one of our Tootsie Roll Campaign volunteers. It seemed that Bill was out almost every day during this year s campaign. In typical Bill Bowman fashion, it seemed that he was always looking for a place where he could help. Our council is very blessed to have Bill as a member. In 2006 Bill and his wife Jane moved to Des Moines, WA to be with their family. After being very active in Rotary for many years, Bill decided to make a change, and joined the Knights at St Philomena s in They moved to Lacey in 2009 to be closer to their growing family. In 2011, his loving wife Jane, of 50 years, passed away after a brief illness. Bill is learning a lot about soccer from his 8 & 6 year old grandsons, and spoiling them as grandparents will. Bill is an active member of Sacred Heart Parish and can regularly be seen volunteering at one of the Parish activities or at one of our Knights of Columbus activities. Every member of our council can expect a call from Bill at least once each year. Bill has volunteered to contact every council member to wish him a happy birthday! Bill has been doing this now for the past several months. Thank you Brother Knight Bill for all that you do for our council and for our community. Congratulations on being selected as our Knight of the Month for November! Page -15-

16 Family of the Month Dennis and Carol Perez The Father Nicholas Rausch OSB Council 1643 Family of the month for November is Dennis and Carol Perez. Denny and Carol are members of St. George Byzantine Rite Parish. Denny sings as a cantor at St. George and is a member of our council s Schola Cantorum choir. Carol works as a volunteer at the St. George rectory where she serves as their accountant, publishes their bulletin, and does whatever else is requested of her by their new Pastor, Father James Lane. Denny and Carol will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on February 8, Denny joined the Knights of Columbus in September of 1982 and became an Honorary Life Member of the Knights last year. After growing up in the Baltimore area, Denny entered the military service and spent five years in the Puget Sound area where he met and married Carol. After his military service, he returned to Baltimore and worked there for a short time. But the lure of the Puget Sound area lured him back and the Perez family move back to this area. Denny and Carol then both spent long careers working for agencies of the State of Washington. Denny worked for the Department of Highways, which became the Department of Transportation. He retired in Carol worked at the State Printer and the Department of Ecology. After retiring as a full time employee, Carol worked for another eight years as a part time employee. She fully retired from State service on June 30th of this year. Carol now is busier than ever at the St. George rectory as she is learning how those who have fully retired from their paying jobs often find that they are spending more time at work than before they retired! And Denny can be seen working as a volunteer at many K of C events such as the Tootsie Roll Campaign where he seemed to be there during many of the days where we staffed displays at stores in our area. Our council and our community are very fortunate in having Denny and Carol Perez as members of our Knights of Columbus Family. They both exemplify the giving spirit that the Knights of Columbus is known for. Thank you, Denny and Carol, for all that you do. And congratulations on being selected as our Family of the Month for November. Page -16-

17 PHOTO FROM VETERANS APPRECIATION DINNER Mr & Mrs Scott Olsen from the American Legion with FN Mike Colosi Page -17-

18 DECEMBER 1, 2013 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS th AVENUE SE OLYMPIA WA Non-Profit Org. U.S. POSTAGE PAID Olympia, WA permit No 276 RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED December 2013 January 2014 Mon 2 Mon 2 Tues 3 Thu 5 Fri 6 NOTICE: COLUMBIAN HALL CLOSED FOR REMODELING THRU JANUARY 2014 Council Officers Meeting 6 Columbian Hall First Degree 7:30 8:15 Columbian Hall Schola Practice Pellegrino Event Center Council Business Meeting 6:15 Columbian Hall Knights Before Christmas pre-packaging party 6:00 Columbian Hall Sat 7 Rosary and Mass 8:00 St. Michael Sun 8 SEE PAGE 14 for activities honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Michael and at Sacred Heart Tues 10 Schola Practice Pellegrino Event Center Thu 12 4th Degree Officers Mtg Columbian Hall Crusaders of St. Joseph Mtg Columbian Hall SEE PAGE 14 for activities honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of the Americas Fri 13 Children s Christmas Party Hallen Hall Sat 14 Knights Before Christmas tree delivery starts 8:00 am, Columbian Hall Tues 17 Schola Practice Pellegrino Event Center Thu 19 Council Christmas Party 6 Columbian Hall Mon 23 Columbian Hall Board Mtg 7 Columbian Hall Thu 26 4th Degree Assembly Meeting 6:30 Columbian Hall Mon 6 Thu 9 Council Officers Meeting 6 TBD 4th Degree Officers Meeting Hallen Hall Council Business Meeting 6:15 Hallen Hall Sat 11 SW Regional Meeting & 1st Degree 8 Hallen Hall Thu 16 Crusaders of St. Joseph Circle Mtg TBD Sun 19 Donut Sales after 7:30 & 9:30 AM St. Michael Downtown Tues 21 Mass for St. Martin s University March for State Capitol Building Luncheon for Sacred Heart Parish See Details in next month s Newsletter Thu 23 4th Degree Assembly Meeting 6:30 TBD Page -18-

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