The Houlton 4th Degree Exemplification brought 31 new Sir Knights.
Wreaths Across America
Our mission, Remember, Honor, Teach, is carried out in part by coordinating wreath laying ceremonies a specified Saturday in December at Arlington, as well as veterans’ cemeteries and other locations in all 50 states and beyond .
Being a two consecutive year honoree underscores the Knights of Columbus’ commitment to leading ethical business standards and practices ensuring long-term value to key stakeholders including customers, employees, suppliers, regulators and investors. The Knights of Columbus is one of only three companies in the Life Insurance category honored this year.
Presque Isle, Maine, 5/29/2015 7:00 p.m. Aroostook Knights gather to greet Bishop Deeley and welcome three young people into the Catholic Faith. Katelynn Bilodeau, Paul Gentile, [insert name here]. It was a celebration of pride and happiness for several reasons. First and foremost the long work of three young people to complete their entrance journey into the Catholic Faith Family culminated this day with their Confirmation Ceremony presided by Bishop Deeley.
There were firsts for Aroostook Fourth Degree as well, The first event under new Color Corps Commander Dan LaLonde and First Color Guard event for new 4th Degree Robert LaLonde. Those in attendance expressed their thankfulness of the Aroostook 4th Degree Attendance and the support of the Presque Isle Daughters of Isabella for the refreshments after Mass. Bishop Deeley commented that every time he visits we have more 4th Degree. A great testament to our work in the County!
Thanks to all of our 4th Degree members that could attend!
“Yes, we have Veterans Day in the fall, and Memorial Day in the spring. But our service men and women sacrifice their time and safety every single day of the year, to preserve our freedoms.
At many homes, there is an empty seat for one who is serving, or one who made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country. We honor our veterans every day. And we think there is no better time to express our appreciation, than during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.”
10 year old
Girl – Kourtney West – 2851 – Limestone 230/500
Boy – Kobe West – 2851 – Limestone 195/500
Girl – Zoe Hosford – 5756 – Bucksport 205/500
Boy – Patrick Tyne – 5756 – Bucksport 100/500
12 year old
Girl – Dixie Grady – 1753 – Fort Fairfield 195/500
Boy – Dawson Watson – 1753 – Fort Fairfield 225/500
13 year old
Girl – Ally Noddia – 1936 – East Millinocket 115/500
Boy – Noah Scanlon – 5756 – Bucksport 115/500
Shown are the participants from Limestone and Fort Fairfield in the Knights of Columbus District 2 Soccer Challenge held Saturday October 26th at the High School Complex. In the front row are the winners. Second row is Mark Bourgoin, State Advocate and two other participants. Council #1753-Fort Fairfield held the local Soccer Challenge Wednesdaythe 23rd in Fort Fairfield.
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