2017 Soccer Challenge – August 27th!
We will be holding our first Annual Soccer Challenge on August 27th, 2017. All boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14 are invited to participate! The event will be held at 1pm, at Evans Field/ West Vincent Field located between Fellowship Road and Saint Matthews Road off Rt. 401. Please click here for details and to register!
Brothers, we need volunteers to help out. Please sign-up by clicking here.
Family Picnic – August 20th!
We will be holding our annual Council Family Picnic on August 20th, starting at 2pm! Steve and Shirley Puccino have again graciously offered to hold the event at their home. Bring the entire family! There will be great food, the pool will be open, and the fish may even be biting in the pond behind the house! We are asking for folks to bring food and other items... so please click here to RSVP, and let us know what you can bring! Hope we see you there!
Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show – Labor Day Weekend!
Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show is one of the longest running shows in the area. It is a Chester County tradition for people to attend and compete in this show annually. Some riders have competed at every LCHS for the last 50 years! Each year our Council helps with the parking. We need volunteers! The show is September 2nd - 4th, and the shifts are 8am-12noon, and 12noon-4pm. Click here to sign up!
Harvest Time! 2017 Farming Project For The Hungry – September 9th!
It's time to harvest the potatoes and onions we planted back in April for the Farming Project for The Hungry. We will also be serving lunch including grilling hot dogs and maybe cook a few potatoes. The more hands we have, the faster it will go... so we hope to see you there! Click here for details and to register!
2017 Birthright Challenge – now through October 31st!
Each year since 2014, we have raised funds to support Birthright Of Coatesville in their mission to provide love, support and hope to women facing unplanned pregnancies. Click here to learn more about our 2017 campaign!
WC Atkinson Donation
Message From The Grand Knight
The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882 by the Venerable Servant of God, Father Michael J. McGivney in St Mary's Church in New Haven, CT. If canonized, Father McGivney would be the first American born priest to become a Saint.
To learn more information about Fr. McGivney, visit the website dedicated to his Life and Legacy at http://www.fathermcgivney.org/
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