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Picture of Eddie Parazoo Eddie Parazoo, State Deputy 2015 - 2016      
“Be Men of Action”
Our Lady of Quadalupe

September 2015 - My Brothers All,

It is high time to step up your efforts! We are called to action on many fronts. We cannot afford to sit idly by and assume "someone else" will do i... Read more...

Media Buzz

Check out all the fun we had at our Summer Leadership Meeting this year in Pasco, WA.

Upcoming Events
Date Event
10/10/2015 Supreme Per Capita Due
10/10/2015 3rd Degree Exemplification - Auburn
10/12/2015 Columbus Day
10/12/2015 Tootsie Roll Drive last day
10/17/2015 State Soccer Championship - Auburn

Back by popular demand - Summer Meeting Presentations

New Membership Incentives

**Knights Call to Action**

Help Fire Relief Efforts in Washington

As part of a concerted State-wide Community effort, councils and assemblies can make donations in any amount to the Okanogan Council in support of fire relief efforts. Checks should be made out to: Okanogan Council 3044. Send checks to: FS Ken Radek, P.O. Box 1956, Omak, WA 98841-1956. You can contact FS Ken Radek at 509-826-2610, and GK Ugo Bartell at 509-826-5322 for more information. If your council or assembly is directly involved in providing relief in fire-affected areas, please contact WSC State Warden at StateWarden@kofc-wa.org, or call 425-441-8113, and contact the State Community Program Chairman, Mike McCloskey, at Community@kofc-wa.org, or call 206-459-6872. Please read more in the September WSC Bulletin regarding fire relief efforts. This initiative by the WSC will be done in Phases. As we assess the need, we will expand our response as required. Vivat Jesus!

Of Interest

Council Audit Procedures
Chaplain's Corner
Insurance Rejection Letter 
Insurance Renewal Assembly Letter 
Insurance Renewal Council Letter 
Insurance Renewal Letter 

State Chaplain, Rev Kenny St. Hilaire
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September 2015

If I walked into a Sunday school classroom and asked the children to use adjectives to describe Jesus Christ, I guarantee you they would generate a list like this: nice, kind, loving, gentle, forgiving, caring, and so f... Read more...

State Treasurer, Patrick Kelley
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September 2015 - Worthy Grand Knights and Brothers All,

It’s time again to turn our focus to getting over the “summer” rest and back to our accepted duties as usual.
As you know, in the bulletin each month I report a ... Read more...

State Warden, Greg Mahoney
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September 2015

Engage!! (My favorite line in Star Trek – The Next Generation) . The Program year is in full swing and it is evident in reading the July MSR that Councils submitted. Permit me to say a few words about the MSR and the responsibility of Council leadership to submit the MSR (al... Read more...

State Secretary, Bob Baemmert
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September 2015 - Hi Brothers,

This is my favorite time of the year. The air is getting cooler, the ducks are getting ready to fly and football season is just around the corner. Looks like my Packers should be some good competition for those Seahawks thi... Read More...

State Advocate, Kim Washburn
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September 2015 - Worthy Brothers,

Those that have received notification from me that their tax exempt status is in danger or in the orange zone have been working to update their filing or the reinstatement... Read More...

Silver Knight Award Winners
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September 2015

The Silver Knight Award Program is designed to enhance membership commitment to the principles of the Order and to recognize excellence in membership recruitment and active participation in council’s program activities and services. District Deputy Mentors, District Deputies and Grand Knights must actively promote this program in their respective Districts and Councils.

Awards for this month include:
  1. Malcolm Chang, Council 11780 Covington
  2. John Moist, Council 9238 Gig Harbor

For further details contact:

Romy B. Ablao, PGK PFN FDD FIC
Email: romakofc@gmail.com (206) 399-3515