Knights of Columbus Kenilworth Council 4186

Grand Knight's Message  

 New Testament/Philippians/Chapter 1

 "And this is my prayer: that your love may increase ever more and more in knowledge and every kind of perception"

 

 

  Welcome to the Knights of Columbus Kenilworth Council's Website:

 

  It finally feels like Spring is trying to get a foothold!

 

  Charity is one of the founding principals of the Knights of Columbus.  We have many members that have taken the initiative and have organized some great projects such as: supporting homeless veterans, taking veterans at the Lyons Hospital to mass and the Special Citizens Drive.

 

   We can always use the support from the public to help us. Whether it be by supporting our projects or becoming a member.  If you are a Catholic male in good standing with the Church and have always thought about becoming a Knight, here's your chance.  If you have questions or want to get your hands on an application, email us at:

 koc4186@comcast.net and get started today!

 Knights of Columbus Insurance

If you have any interest in: Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Long-term Care or Annuities please contact our Council Insurance agent and he will be glad to meet with you and answer any questions you have. Please Call Philip Mathew 908-472-4365.

 

 

 

 

 

Massimo Luciano
Dan Redden
Jim ZoellerMassimo Luciano

  

 

  Kenilworth K of C Upcoming Events:

St. Patrick's Day will be here soon and we will have free cornedbeef at the bar Thursday March 17th at 5pm. Come out and have some fun with your brother Knights and family.

 

 

 

 

Here are a couple of events coming up on our calendar:

Blessing of the Nativity
    Monday, December 2nd, 2013
    1:30pm
    In front of  Elizabeth City Hall (50 Winfield Scott Plz )
    There will also be a Scripture readings.
    All  are invited.   



Our Annual Christmas Party
    Saturday, December 14th, 2013
    7 pm to ???
    $35.00 = open bar, dinner, door prizes, dj, dancing and fun.
    Remember, this year’s party is in honor of John Skidmore (Skids) who was a great supporter of the annual Christmas Party.
   Call (908) 245-9899 for tickets.

Blood Drive - NJ Blood Services
    Sunday, December 29th, 2013
    St. Theresa’s School (gym)
    9:30-3:30pm
    One of Kenilworth’s residents, Jason Capati,  is running the blood drive as a scholarship opportunity for college.  He needs 50 donors in order to receive a scholarship from the NJ Blood Services.  Pleas 

 



 

 Events from Other Councils/Organizations:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Holy Days of Obligation/Important Dates:

Good Friday March 25th - Bar is closed

Easter Sunday March 27th

 

 

 

 

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR

We are in need of a volunteer to take over membership duties if you can help please contact the Grand Knight-Joe O'Boyle Jr.

 

 

 

 

DUES

  If you have not paid your dues for 2016 they are due now. Dues are $32 you should make your check payable to “Knights of Columbus #4186” and mail to: Pat Leary F.S.  750 Newark Ave. Kenilworth, NJ 07033. Any questions about your dues please call Pat @ 908-241-4691

 

4186 Council Officers For 2015-2016

Chaplain – Rev. Joseph Bejgrowicz

Grand Knight – Joseph E O'Boyle Jr

D. Grand Knight – Joseph E O'Boyle

Chancellor – Juan Sierra

Warden – Michael Capizzano

Financial Sec. PGK Pat Leary

Recorder – Scott Califano

Treasurer – Ken Lucadema

Advocate – PGK Lou DiFabio

Inside Guard – Robert Laurie

Outside Guard – Robert Bell

Lecturer – John Calemme

Trustees – PGK- Tom Bell

PGK- Kevin Murphy

PGK- Michael Relovsky

Insurance Rep. Philip G Mathew 908-472-4365

Council Bar 908-245-9899

Hall Rentals 908-389-9663

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  It finally feels like Spring is trying to get a foothold! This winter will soon be a distant memory as the daylight hours are now getting longer and we venture more and more outside.  Most of us will be busy tending our lawns, taking our kids to various sporting events and after school programs and even planning vacation for the not-to-distant summer.  As always, remember that as we scurry about with our busy lives, there are others who  are in need of our help.  

  Charity is, after all, one of our founding principals.  Some of our members like Kevin Murphy, is heavily involved in projects dedicated to helping our homeless veterans.  Pat Leary takes the initiative to run the trip to the Lyons Hospital where we take the veterans to mass and he organizes the Special Citizens Drive. Mike Relovsky has been tremendous with projects for the children like the Free Throw Competition.  

  These men and others (my apologies to those I haven’t named for the sake of keeping this email short) have been very inspirational during my time as Grand Knight.  As I wind down my term I put the challenge out to all of you once again.  What can you do for the council and for others?  Can you take the initiative to come up with a program that is beneficial for others?  If you cannot, can you support the members who are heading up such projects?  Remember, I do know how it is to be strapped for time and I’m not asking you to donate all of your free time, but can you donate some of it? Your council and others are depending on you.

  It finally feels like Spring is trying to get a foothold! This winter will soon be a distant memory as the daylight hours are now getting longer and we venture more and more outside.  Most of us will be busy tending our lawns, taking our kids to various sporting events and after school programs and even planning vacation for the not-to-distant summer.  As always, remember that as we scurry about with our busy lives, there are others who  are in need of our help.  

  Charity is, after all, one of our founding principals.  Some of our members like Kevin Murphy, is heavily involved in projects dedicated to helping our homeless veterans.  Pat Leary takes the initiative to run the trip to the Lyons Hospital where we take the veterans to mass and he organizes the Special Citizens Drive. Mike Relovsky has been tremendous with projects for the children like the Free Throw Competition.  

  These men and others (my apologies to those I haven’t named for the sake of keeping this email short) have been very inspirational during my time as Grand Knight.  As I wind down my term I put the challenge out to all of you once again.  What can you do for the council and for others?  Can you take the initiative to come up with a program that is beneficial for others?  If you cannot, can you support the members who are heading up such projects?  Remember, I do know how it is to be strapped for time and I’m not asking you to donate all of your free time, but can you donate some of it? Your council and others are depending on you.

  It finally feels like Spring is trying to get a foothold! This winter will soon be a distant memory as the daylight hours are now getting longer and we venture more and more outside.  Most of us will be busy tending our lawns, taking our kids to various sporting events and after school programs and even planning vacation for the not-to-distant summer.  As always, remember that as we scurry about with our busy lives, there are others who  are in need of our help.  

  Charity is, after all, one of our founding principals.  Some of our members like Kevin Murphy, is heavily involved in projects dedicated to helping our homeless veterans.  Pat Leary takes the initiative to run the trip to the Lyons Hospital where we take the veterans to mass and he organizes the Special Citizens Drive. Mike Relovsky has been tremendous with projects for the children like the Free Throw Competition.  

  These men and others (my apologies to those I haven’t named for the sake of keeping this email short) have been very inspirational during my time as Grand Knight.  As I wind down my term I put the challenge out to all of you once again.  What can you do for the council and for others?  Can you take the initiative to come up with a program that is beneficial for others?  If you cannot, can you support the members who are heading up such projects?  Remember, I do know how it is to be strapped for time and I’m not asking you to donate all of your free time, but can you donate some of it? Your council and others are depending on you.

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