March 2019 Council Update

Dear Brother Knights,

March 2019 Council Update

Below are notices of some upcoming events. Get engaged and be part of it.

Thursday March 28th Into the Breach   7:30pm in the Church Hall   Contact Paul Bertrand at paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com   Come and join our next installment of the Into the Breach.
Saturday, March 30th   Pasta Bingo Night Parish Hall starting after Mass. Set-up starting at 3pm Dinner at 5:45pm with Bingo starting at 7pm
Contact: Reid Robertson at reidrobertson82@gmail.com or Steve Ball at stephenIball22@gmail.com
Prize money for the winners & proceeds benefiting our charity for the evening.  The charity for this month is Catholic Family Services of Durham
Tuesday, April 2nd General Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Friday April 5th Stations of the Cross led by the Knights of Columbus   7:00 pm followed by Mass at 7:30pm. Please meet at the Church at 6:45pm Contact: Paul Bertrand paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com During this Holy Season of Lent join our Church and Br. Knights in this special prayer led by the Knights.
Sunday, April 14th Formation Degree   1:30pm at Holy Cross Church (373 Simcoe St. South, Oshawa)   Contact Dennis Lacey at dmlace@rogers.com  
Thursday April 25th Into the Breach   7:30pm in the Church Hall   Contact Paul Bertrand at paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com   Come and join our next installment of the Into the Breach.
Saturday April 27th Pasta Bingo Night Parish Hall starting after Mass. Set-up starting at 3pm Dinner at 5:45pm with Bingo starting at 7pm
Contact: Reid Robertson at reidrobertson82@gmail.com or Steve Ball at stephenIball22@gmail.com
Prize money for the winners & proceeds benefiting our charity for the evening.  The charity for this month isstill to be determined
Tuesday, April 30th   Council Business Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall   All brothers are welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Saturday, May 4th Fallsview Casino and Magnotta Winery   Meet at St. Isaac Jogues at 9am (Bus departs at 9:15).   Tickets are $20   Contact Reid Robertson at reidrobertson82@gmail.com Join brother Knights for a fun day at the Winery and Casino.
Sunday, May 5th Knighthood Degree   1:30pm at Holy Cross Church (373 Simcoe St. South, Oshawa)   Contact Dennis Lacey at dmlace@rogers.com  
Tuesday, May 7th General Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.

Vivat Jesus!

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

MISSION
  To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

VISION

 To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights.

K of C Charity Raffle at the Pickering Town Centre

Good morning Brothers!
As we do every year at this time or year, we are looking to have brothers to help sell tickets for the K of C Charity Raffle at the Pickering Town Centre.  The next dates for selling are Friday February 15, Saturday February 16th and Sunday February 17th.
Below is a signup sheet for the time slots available.  Please reply to this email with your preferred time slot or contact: Steve Ballstephenlball22@gmail.com 905-420-0299 or Elmo Antony elmo.antony@gamil.com 

KofC 11098 CHARITY RAFFLE WEEKEND SCHEDULE Fri. Feb. 15 to Sun. Feb. 17
Friday February 15, 2019 –Brothers Schedule
1st shift 10:a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
2nd shift 12:00 p.m. – 2:00p.m. 
3rd shift 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 
4th shift 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. 
5th shift 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 
  
Saturday February 16, 2018 –
1st shift 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 
2nd shift 12:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. 
3rd shift 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 
4th shift  4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. 
 
Sunday February 17, 2018 –  
1st shift 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 
2nd shift 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 
3rd shift 3:00 p.m – 5:30 p.m. 
Regarding questions contact: Steve Ballstephenlball22@gmail.com 905-420-0299 or Elmo Antonyelmo.antony@gmail.com 

Vivat Jesus!

— 
St. Isaac Jogues, Knights of Columbus Council 11098Deputy Grand Knight Tiago Do Couto647-627-5648– 

January 2019 Council Update

Dear Brother Knights,

January 2019 Update

At our general meeting in February, please remember to bring a non-perishable food item for the food drive that is being put on by the Family Pillar of our Council

Grand Knight’s Message:

The month of February is dedicated to the Holy Family. The Feast of the Presentation of the Lord (Candlemas) is on Feb. 2. We would like to thank the Brothers for their assistance in the successful events and activities we have had over the past few months. Recently the 1st round and Council Championship of the B-Ball Free Throw was completed with the help of many Brothers It’s fun and rewarding to get involved and we have other events & socials where you can choose to volunteer coming up. 

Below are notices of some upcoming events. Get engaged and be part of it.

Thursday January 24th Into the Breach   7:30pm in the Church Hall   Contact Paul Bertrand at paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com   Come and join our third installment of the Into the Breach.
Saturday, January 26th Pasta Bingo Night Parish Hall starting after Mass. Set-up starting at 3pm Dinner at 5:45pm with Bingo starting at 7pm
Contact: Reid Robertson at reidrobertson82@gmail.com or Steve Ball at stephenball22@gmail.com
Prize money for the winners & proceeds benefiting our charity for the evening.  The charity for this month is Pickering Hockey Association
Tuesday, January 29th Council Business Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall   All brothers are welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Friday, February 1st   Basketball Free Throw District Finals   5:30pm at St. Monica’s Catholic School   Please contact Danny Cavazzon at danny.cavazzon@flynncompanies.com or Allan Ashby at allanashby@rogers.com Come and help support our Youth in Sports at this popular annual K of C Supreme and State sponsored program for boys and girls ages 10 -13.  
Sunday, February 3rd Admission Degree   1:00pm at Holy Cross Church (373 Simcoe St. in Oshawa)   Contact: Dennis Lacey at dmlace@rogers.com  
Tuesday, February 5th General Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Friday February 15th, Saturday February 16th, and Sunday February 17th K of C Annual Charity Tickets Raffle   ·         Pickering Town Centre Mall   ·         Contacts for Time Slots and Ticket Books: Steve Ball 905-420-2591 stephenball22@gmail.com or Elmo Antony  elmo.antony@gmail.com  We have our 1st Weekend Sale of the KofC Annual Charities Raffle Tickets at the Pickering Mall. This is an important fundraiser for ON State Charities: Special Olympics, Arthritis Society and our council.
Sunday, February 17th Book Table for Family Fully Alive   After each mass in the Church Hall   Contact Allan Ashby at allanashby@rogers.com   A book table will be arranged for this Family Pillar event accentuating Family Fully Alive the book.   Volunteers Needed to help distribute books.
Tuesday, February 26th Council Business Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall   All brothers are welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Tuesday, March 5th General Meeting   7:30pm in the Church Hall All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.

Vivat Jesus!

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

MISSION
  To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

VISION

 To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights.



St. Isaac Jogues, Knights of Columbus Council 11098

Deputy Grand Knight Tiago Do Couto

647-627-5648

December 2018 Update

Dear Brother Knights,

 

December 2018 Update

 

There is a general meeting Tonight and it’s a pot luck – bring your own treat for Christmas. We’re also giving out the charity raffle books which have just arrived – good for stocking stuffers.   

 

Also as a reminder Brother Dan O’Leary is still looking for toiletries, socks, gloves, scarves, etc.  Please bring your donations to the General Meeting.  If you are unable to make the meeting, please contact Dan at 416-564-5088 to arrange pickup.

 

 

Grand Knight’s Message:

 

Brothers: Thanks to all for participating & assisting in our many activities over the last 2 months.  Just choosing 1 or 2 activities to be engaged in really helps and it’s fun.  A principal Church feast day in December is the Immaculate Conception on December 8th.  The liturgy of Advent throughout the month focuses on remembering Christ’s coming at Bethlehem with Christmastide beginning with First Vespers (Evening Prayer) of Christmas on December 24th and ends on the Sunday after Epiphany.

 

Below are notices of some upcoming events. Get engaged and be part of it.

 

Tuesday, December 4th General Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Wednesday December 5th Light up for Christ

–       After the 7pm Mass at St. Isaac Jogues

Contact Paul Bertrand paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com

Join us for a Mass followed by lighting of our crèche and tree.

 

“Keep Christ in Christmas”

Sunday, December 9th Children’s Christmas Party & Toy Drive

–       After the 11:30 Mass or @12:45PM

 

Parish Hall

 

Contact: Fred Riley at clownfred9@yahoo.com or Mark Jakubiek at northernlighting@gmail.com

 

Come with your children and join us for this popular annual Family Christmas Party. There will be Music, Magicians and more
Tuesday, December 18th Council Business Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

 

All brothers are welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Tuesday, January 8th General Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Tuesday January 8th to Thursday January 10th Basketball Free Throw Competition

–       8:30am to 2pm start at all schools

–       Tuesday January 8th – St. Isaac Jogues

–       Wednesday January 9th – St. Wilfrid School

–       Thursday January 10th – St. Elizabeth Seton

 

Please contact Danny Cavazzon at danny.cavazzon@flynncompanies.com or Allan Ashby at allanashby@rogers.com

Come and help support our Youth in Sports at this popular annual K of C Supreme and State sponsored program for boys and girls ages 10 -13.

 

 

 

 

We need 8 brothers to help on each day for part of the day or all day if possible.

 

Vivat Jesus!

 

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

 

MISSION
To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

 

VISION

To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights.

 

 

St. Isaac Jogues, Knights of Columbus Council 11098

Deputy Grand Knight Tiago Do Couto

647-627-5648

KofC Golf Tournament Headliner Charity – Ajax Pickering Hospital – Neonatal Monitor

Maurice this is a great story one that we can tell when finding donors. It will make our job to raise donors that much easier.

Angelo DiClemente
adiclemente@rogers.com
647-969-0047

________________
Subject: Re: Major charities.

I am sharing this story from DurhamRegion.com:
“Ajax-Pickering hospital gets new neonatal bed to care for premature babies”
Please visit the following page for more information:

https://www.durhamregion.com/community-story/8560094-ajax-pickering-hospital-gets-new-neonatal-bed-to-care-for-premature-babies/?s=e

 

Maybe we can get Phoenix to match our donation for new NICU bed. With all the people moving into the area, it will be needed.

Regards,
Alberto Da Ros

On Thu, Oct 18, 2018, 6:00 PM Alberto Da Ros, <albertodaros2@gmail.com> wrote:
Very good job!

Regards,
Alberto Da Ros

On Thu, Oct 18, 2018, 5:23 PM Claude Rochefort, <claudrit@rogers.com> wrote:
Great work Mau!

From: Maurice Laramee

Subject: Major charities.

brothers;
The donation committee has agreed for the golf tournament to have a major sponsor up to 7,500$
I briefly talked about the Ajax/Pickering foundation NICU monitor option and received very strong endorsement.
Someone said”this equipment will SAVE babies”
During our next meeting Claude or i can give you more details of our visit at the hospital.
Moe

November 2018 Council Update

Please bring a non-perishable food item to the General Meeting tonight!

 

Grand Knight’s Message:

Brothers: We are entering a busy time of the year through to mid-December, so please volunteer to assit with a Faith program and activity.  During November, we are asked to consider end times with the culmination of the liturgical year and the Feast of the Christ the King expresses the coming of the Holy Spirit.

 

Below are notices of some upcoming events. Get engaged and be part of it.

 

Tuesday, November 6th General Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

 

 

 

All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.
Sunday, November 11th Remembrance Day Parade & Service

 

10:45am to 12pm at the Pickering City Hall – Cenotaph

 

Contact:  Dennis Lacey dmlace@rogers.com or Mervyn Mansey manseymervyn@gmail.com  (Honour Guard)

Join our 4th Degree Honour Guard (St. Ignatius of Loyola Assembly) and pay tribute to all war veterans and fallen comrades during the Remembrance Day parade, KofC 11098 will lay wreaths for our Council.
Wednesday November 14th Mass for the Deceased Knights of Council 11098

7:30pm at St. Isaac Jogues

Contact: Paul Bertrand paul.bertrand@cpeoplemi.com

Please join your brothers, remember and pray for our deceased fellow brothers of our Council. All are encouraged to attend with reception in Hall afterwards.
Saturday, November 24th Pickering Christmas (Santa Claus) Parade

 

7:30 am to 12:30 pm

 

Meet at Church Back Lot 7:15 am or on Dixie Rd. by 9:30 am.  Parade starts at 10am.

 

Contact: Danny Cavazzon dancavazzon@rogers.com

Join your Brothers from St. Isaac’s & Holy Redeemer Councils with our popular annual Nativity float entry in this year’s parade to ‘Keep Christ in Christmas’. The parade starts on Dixie then E. on Glenanna to the Mall.
Saturday,

November 24th

 

Pasta Bingo Night

Parish Hall starting after Mass.

Set-up starting at 3pm

Dinner at 5:45pm with Bingo starting at 7pm
Contact: Reid Robertson at reidrobertson82@gmail.com or Steve Ball at stephenball22@gmail.com

Prize money for the winners & proceeds benefiting our charity for the evening.  The charity for this month is Participation House
Tuesday, November 27th Council Business Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

 

All brothers are welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities
Tuesday, December 4th General Meeting

 

7:30pm in the Church Hall

All brothers are welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.

August 2018 Council Update

 

 

Dear Brother Knights,

 

August 2018 Update

 

This month’s Grand Knight’s message:

 

Faith in Action – A previously noted, The Knights of Columbus (Supreme) has made some significant changes and enhancements to our Services Program model guidelines. The ‘Faith in Action’ model recognizes the changing needs of our Brothers and aligns to our key priorities; Faith, Family, Community and Life. Our council has many planned activities for this new council year that support this model.

 

Construction in Church Hall & Cancellation of Summer Meetings 

Given that the church hall and kitchen construction has just been completed, we had cancelled the July and August meetings. We will continue to hold informal planning meetings and be back in the hall for the business meeting at the end of August and general meeting at the beginning of September. 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Below are notices of some upcoming events. Get engaged and be part of it.

 

Tuesday August 7th General Meeting – Cancelled)
Saturday August 11th Youth Frisbee Tournament

 

Ø  St. Mary’s High School Field (1918 Whites Rd) ;  4+ brothers per shift

·         1st shift 8:00am to 1:00 pm

·         Meet at church to pick up BBQ, then to St. Mary’s HS- Cook Lunch.

·         2nd shift 2:00pm to 5:30 pm

·         Cook early dinner, Bring BBQ, etc. back to church – NEED 2+ BRS. For this shift

 

Contact: Dennis Lacey at dmlace@rogers.com c: 416-996-2378 or Reid Robertson reidrobertson82@gmail.com

St. Isaac Jogues Youth is hosting some 300+ youth for their annual Frisbee tournament.  Our Knights will be responsible for the BBQ and feeding the (hungry) participants lunch and later dinner. We need additional 2ns (Afternoon shift)
Thursday August 23rd Installation of Officers

 

Ø  7pm at St. Isaac Jogues Church

 

Contact: Agnel Soans DD soansab@rogers.com 905-839-4445 or Dennis Lacey at dmlace@rogers.com c: 416-996-2378

The St. Isaac Jogues Council will be hosting the officers’ installation for 4 councils in the region.

 

All elected KC11098 elected officers for this 2018-19 year are required to attend or appoint a designate.

Tuesday August 28th Council Business Meeting

 

Ø  7:30pm in the Church Hall

All Brothers are welcome to gain more detailed info on council’s activities.

 

Tuesday

 

Sept. 4th

Council General Meeting

–          -7:30 pm

Church Hall

 

 

All welcome to join us in our traditional assembly. All brothers are encouraged to attend to build fraternity and engage collaboratively on the planning and execution of the council’s goals and objectives. Come help us build our Mission and Vision.

 

 

Vivat Jesus!

 

COUNCIL 11098 St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering, Ontario CANADA

 

MISSION
To provide a supportive network of Catholic men, who, in accordance

with the principles of our Faith provide works of charity to benefit our parish priests,

fellow members and their families and the needs of our community.

 

VISION

To be leaders of our Catholic Faith who inspire the men of our Parish to join us as Brother Knights.

St. Isaac Jogues, Knights of Columbus Council 11098

Deputy Grand Knight Tiago Do Couto

647-627-5648

Winner of Canada Day July 1 Bingo 50/50 Draw

Hi Brother Knights,

 

This afternoon Jul. 23, I presented Tom Gallagher with his winning cheque for $220 from the 50/50 draw.

 

He is standing beside his wood carving of two polo players in full gallop.

 

You can see some of his other carvings in the display case behind him, in his West Hill home.

 

He was one of the woodcarvers at their Canada Day booth, where he bought the winning ticket from Steve, Dennis, & I.

 

He already spent $130 on a big Chinese food meal for about a dozen of his woodcarver buddies, about two weeks ago.

 

Tom was very happy to get his cheque, as it’s already spent.

Thanks, Reid