Our Council has a long history of hosting a large number of parish and community service projects throughout the year. We support local organizations such as The Lord's Pantry, Birthright, and St. John's Hospice. We sponsor Red Cross Blood Drives, and assist with local events such as the Ludwigs Corner Horse Show. In our Parish, we sponsor family activities such as Basketball Free Throw, Golf Outing, and many Right To Life activities. We provide assistance with the general needs of our parish and its school. We also hold a number of fraternal events for our members. There are always opportunities to get involved!
Prior Years Activities:
Our Recent Activities
Officer Installation and Social
July 15 - Congratulations to our new Council Officers! With family and friends present, we held our Installation Ceremony, recognized Matt Ward as Knight of the Year, Priscilla and Vincent Montesano as Family Of The Year, and then stayed for some social time together. Good to be back together!
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Red Cross Blood Drive
June 19 - Thank you to everyone who signed up four our Red Cross Blood drive! We had a great response from the parish community. Due to the air conditioning repairs at our church, we had to hold the event at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church. We are grateful that they were able to help us out!
June 5-6 - Thank you to all the donors and Brothers who helped with our clothing drive to support St Vincent De Paul Society. We had another great response from the parish community!
Annual Golf Outing For Charity
June 4th - Thank you to the golfers, sponsors and volunteers who came out for our Annual Golf Outing for Charity at Kimberton Golf Club. The weather held up for us, the course looked beautiful, and while no one won the $25,000 prize hole we all had great day. To see pictures from the day, click here!
|Contest / Prize||Winner|
|Lowest Score (tie)||Deacon Patrick Stokely, Fr. Mark Cavara, Fr Sean English, Fr Robert Gross|
|2nd Lowest Score||Jerry Shea, Eric Benedetti, Doug Proctor, Ken Garrett|
|3rd Lowest Score||Jamie Bilbow, Pat Damberg, Richie Kozicki, Rusty Smith|
|Highest Score||Steve Puccino, Vince Puccino, Will Puccino|
|Long Drive Men||Jerry Shea|
|Long Drive Ladies||Maureen McShea|
|Closet Pin||Brian McShea|
|Special Recognition For Winning Nothing||John Rogge|
Adopt-a-Township-Road Program 2021
June - As part of the township's Adopt-a-Township-Road program, our Council maintains the trail in front of St Elizabeth Church. The trail runs south from the front entrance of the church, to the covered bridge, and north from the front entrance to the trail marker at the end of the church property. Volunteers walk and clean the trail once during the months of June, August and October. Everything needed is provided by the township.
Welcome Home Carts for Veterans
May 27 - Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend we delivered 20 Welcome Home Carts to the VA facility in Coatesville. These carts help veterans transition from VA care to a new residence by providing basic in home needs like paper products, towels, dish detergent and other products. Touchstone Home Products in Exton graciously allowed us to use their warehouse to store and assemble the warehouse carts. We will be doing this project again in the Fall, so watch for details!
Lenten Fish Dinner
March 26th - Our tradition continues! While we couldn't dine together this year due to COVID-19, we offered our home-made Lenten dinners using a drive-thru approach to safely deliver meals to Parishioners. We served over 200 meals! We had a great turn-out of Brothers to help out, and help from the Youth Group as well. Thank you to everyone who helped to make this event a success!
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Red Cross Blood Drive
March 20 - Thank you to everyone who turned out to donate blood to the Red Cross. We held the drive in the St Elizabeth Social Hall. All available slots were taken, and we were able to provide almost 60 units of blood.
We hope to do another drive in November. Check back later for updates!
Unified Degree Ceremony
March 11 - We held our first Unified Exemplifications Degree Ceremony in the Social Hall at Saint Elizabeth. All three degrees were conferred in a single ceremony, with family and friends invited to participate.
Casserole Collection To Support Homeless Veterans
Feb 27 - The Veterans Group in Philadelphia provides shelter and transitional support services to veterans who are homeless or at high risk of homelessness. Thank you to everyone who signed up for this month's activity. We collected 35 casseroles, and a number of other items including toilet paper, cleaning products and coffee. The men at the home were grateful for the donations!