Everyone who works with any child MUST take Protecting God's Children for Adults Catechism Monthly Security Schedules and Forms
Gentlemen of the 4th Degree
According to Senior Marshal Herb Stacer the assignment at Ste. Anne in Detroit on July 23rd is canceled. Herb said (at the Polish / American Festival) that the with the death of Msgr. Kohler, Ste. Anne Parish is in disarray. His understanding is that the Novena Masses to St. Anne are not being held this year. If things change I will let you know.
Larry Sulikowski, Commander, Blessed Virgin Mary Assembly #1839
ST. NICHOLAS COUNCIL PICNIC
WHEN: SEPTEMBER 10,2016
WHERE: RAINTREE PARK IN TROY TIME: 4:00pm-10:00pm
Please bring a dish to pass for about 20 persons.
Catechism Coordinator to organize the Volunteers for parking lot traffic control to protect the children. Cathecism is every Wednsday with a few exceptions September thru May. Father Ben had asked us to do this work and for the past few years Rick Yamin has done a fantastic job of organizing.
Please contact the Grand Knight if you are interested. Tom Starynchak 586-489-8661
The August Texas Holdem will also need volunteers to staff the event on August 28, 29 30 & 31 2016 Please also consider volunteering some of your time to help staff this event. The Texas Holdem is one of our major sources of income, that allows us to fund the projects we support. For us to continue the mission that we have set in motion, we need everybody's participation.
FESTIVAL TIME AND HELP IS NEEDED
On the weekend of August 26, 27, & 28th 2016 SS Cyril & Methodius Slovak Festival will take place. Volunteers will be needed to help make this Festival successful. As the Knights of Columbus Council that serves this Church, I am asking our membership to step up and volunteer their time. I am Chairing the sale of 50/50 tickets for this year’s festival. I am asking for 2 - 4 hour periods of time to help in the sale of tickets. I will provide signup sheets at our next Council meeting. Please consider giving some of your time to help with this task. For those members who are unable to attend the regular council meeting, please contact meat 586-489-8661 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer your time Thank You and God Bless.
NOTE! Meetings at Ss. Cyril and Methodius will be held after the 6:30pm Rosary and 7:00pm Mass.
JULY 6, 2016~DIOCESAN MEETING AT ST. ISADORA 6:00pm 18201 23 MILE RD. 48042
JULY 7,2016~8:00pm BUSINESS MEETING
JULY 28, 2016~ OFFICERS MEETING 7:00PM
AUGUST 4,2016~8:00pm BUSINESS MEETING
AUGUST 25, 2016~ OFFICERS MEETING 7:00PM
AUGUST 26-28, 2016~Ss. CYRIL AND METHODIUS SLOVAK FESTIVAL
AUGUST28-31~TEXAS HOLDEM AT MR. B’S IN ROYAL OAK
SEPTEMBER 1, 2016~8:00pm BUISNESS MEETING
SEPTEMBER 10, 2016~COUNCIL PICNIC RAINTREE PARK
SEPTEMBER 11, 2016~ST. RENE PANCAKE BREAKFAST 8-NOON
SEPTEMBER 29, 2016~ OFFICERS MEETING 7:00PM
Please remember in your prayers Brother Mario DiDonato, Brother Steve Kranson, Brother Bob Bogedin, Brother Jim Jaczkowski, Brother Jerry Kaminski, Brother Dan Looby, Brother Frank Valko, Brother Joe Bieniek,, Brother Marty Polleni PSD, Lori Gee daughter of PGK Michael Gray, Anna DiDonato wife of Brother Mario DiDonato, Diane Sulikowski wife of Brother Larry Sulikowski, Danette DiLullo, Jennifer Miller, daughter of Brother Ray Jendrowski, Kathy Pawlik wife of Brother Bob Pawlik PGK, Florence Bogedin wife of Brother Bob Bogein, Natalie Miller Hunt is the daughter of Brother Knight Don Miller, Bob and Audrey Lemon Inlaws of Brother Bob Pawlik,
Rachel (Jaczkowski) Sobolic daughter of Brother Jim Jaczkowski and Jolie Renee Sobolic see Chancellors Notes ( Jolie has officially passed the 18 week mark! Each day isn't exactly easy knowing what we are facing but her sweet kicks and having the support from everyone we love keeps it going. Thank you again for sharing your prayers and your stories and your love.)
Also remember in your prayers Brother Jerry Kaminski and his wife Paula and all the faithful departed who once walked amongst us.
Note! Meetings at St. Cyril's will be held after the 6:30pm Rosary and 7:00pm Mass.
Last Thursday of each month Officers Meeting.
Dear Brother Knights and Family members,
I would like to thank the Council Membership that elected the new officers for the 2016-2017 Administrative year. This group of men will have their own challenges to meet, some put forth by the Supreme Council, some by the State Council, and finally those set in motion by our own Council, a task that will be attained through the help and cooperation of our membership. Let us continue the mission that our Past Grand Knight Jim Wisniewski and his team set in motion. Soon our new Board of Officers will be meeting to plan the new Administrative year, so please take note of the calendar of events upcoming, and plan on being a part of the team. And let’s make this new Administrative Year as successful as the previous Administrative Year was.
God Bless America sung by many passed away actors
Brother Knights: As the Deputy Grand Knight my responsibility is to assist the Grand Knight.
The following is the roster of the newly elected officers for 2016-2017 fraternal year.
Grand Knight Thomas Starynchak 586-489-8661
Deputy Grand Knight Joseph Honce III 248-224-1132
Chancellor James Jaczkowski 586-336-0013
Advocate Michael Gray 586-556-0242
Warden Mario DiDonato 586-977-2774
Treasurer Paul Smith 586-764-6810
Inside Guard Greg Johnson 248-853-3158
Outside Guard Anthony Fiorelli 586-726-8155
3-Year Trustee Mike Lisiecki 248-721-7515
Please confirm that the listed telephone numbers are the correct numbers that are best to contact you.
Reminder: The Council Picnic is September 10th, at Raintree Park, Troy, from 4:00 – 10:00 PM. Please confirm your attendance by September 1st for planning purposes.
The BVM Flag Retirement is August 12, 2016 at the Ss. Cyril Church back parking lot. All 3rd Degree members and families are invited. Refreshments will be served in the Fr. Mikus Hall after the ceremony.
The location for the Christmas Party Dinner will be posted in the September-October newsletter.
Thank you for your support and please support the council. Have an safe and an enjoyable summer.
Pray for those serving in the military and their families.
Joseph Honce III DGK
FINANCIAL SECRETARY NOTE
FIND THEMAGIC OF GIVING BACK!
Friday, August 26, 2016
Saturday, August 27, 2016
Sunday, August 28, 2016
Since 2006, Macy’s Shop For A Cause Event has partnered with non-profit organizations nationwide to raise more than $50 million for their ongoing charitable efforts. This is your chance to be part of this monumental weekend long event.
Shop For A Cause gives you the opportunity to give back to your community and to help our organization. Purchase a $5 Shopping Pass* for exclusive savings in every Macy’s store on Friday, August 26 – Sunday, August 28, and we keep 100% of the proceeds, plus you can enter to win a $500 Macy’s Gift Card.
Find the magic of giving back, as Macy’s celebrates a national day of support for our community.
Please include my daughter, Rachel, her family and the baby that she is carrying in your prayers.
“IT’S a GIRL!!! Her name is Jolie Renee Sobolic. I wanted her to have a happy and beautiful name. At just under 18 weeks gestation Jolie is a mighty girl, and has already beaten the odds. Our little girl has a very serious condition, and each day she is still here with us is a blessing.She has what the Doctors believe is Turner Syndrome, It comes with a wide spectrum of health issues. Many little ones don’t make it past their birth although there are the very small percentage that do. We take each day as it comes and trust that God knows the plan in the end.
Keep us in your thoughts and prayers.If you see me (us) it’s okay to share some love with Jolie. We want her to feel every bit of love this world has to offer her.”
Rachel (Jaczkowski) Sobolic
The Columbian Squires – Saint Tarcisius Circle 5775 have been presented with these two awards by the State Director:
1. Harry Forbes Award – awarded to the Circle that added the most new members in the past year. St. Tarcisius Circle added 5 new members.
2. Service Award – awarded to the Circle whose service project was selected by the State Director
The service award especially represents the special character of our Circle. As a model of the youth Christ, we were made to serve others and our Circle has worked together very hard to do just
Great job Squires!!!
Circle 5775, St. Tarcisius, Defender of the Eucharist
Tom Starynchak MI Chairman St Nicholas Council 7011
Knights of Columbus “BENEFITS NEWS”
UPDATE YOUR BENEIFICIARIES!
Sometimes it is easy to overlook the simplest of things.
Take, for example, the beneficiaries on your life insurance policies. If your policy was applied for and issued several years ago, it may very well be that the person you originally selected as the beneficiary is no longer the person you would want to receive the policy proceeds. If you bought the policy when you were single, for example, you may have named your parents as beneficiaries. If you have since married, your policies should be updated to reflect your spouse as beneficiary. Maybe you’ve had children since, who are not named on the policies.
Most people list a primary beneficiary, who is specifically designated as the first in priority to receive policy proceeds. We also encourage the naming of a contingent beneficiary, an alternate person designated to receive policy proceeds, usually in the event that the original beneficiary pre-deceases the insured.
I routinely call all of my policyholders for annual review appointments, usually near the anniversary date of your policy – that is, the date it was originally issued. One of the matters that I’ll discuss during this review is the status of your beneficiary designations. If they need updating, and they often do, I can complete the paperwork during that appointment.
I look forward to meeting with each of you to discuss your family’s needs.
*Receive a complete Family Needs Analysis at my expense.
Ask about our GUARANTEED LIFE INSURANCE, ANNUITIES,
LONG TERM CARE & DISABILITY INSURANCE
In Christ, Don M. Wesley, FICF – General Agent
Knights of Columbus Supreme Council Insurance
2 Crocker Blvd., Suite 301, Mount Clemens MI 48043 Office: 888-DWesley (888-393-7539) Fax: 586-591-6500 E-mail: Don.Wesley@KofC.org
ONLY HAVING INSURANCE “Through Work” DOESN’T WORK.
Only Having Insurance “Through Work” Doesn’t Work
Do you know anyone whose life or career has drastically changed during these years of economic downturn? It’s very likely that someone in your immediate or extended family or group of friends is facing financial uncertainty. Maybe there’s a possibility that you (or your spouse) could change employers, or even lose your job.
Too many people have often relied on group term life insurance as their only safety net. Often, this insurance is an employee benefit provided at low or no cost. The existence of this coverage might convince someone that personally-owned life insurance is not necessary.
But only having “through work” insurance can leave you and your family vulnerable. Most group life insurance policies are limited in amount, which may be tied to salary or some other benchmark. These numbers are often capped, and this cap may be dangerously low when compared to your family’s actual needs. In fact, a detailed needs analysis that evaluates your specific situation, will likely show that any employer-provided coverage falls short.
In addition, the amount of group insurance offered is almost always reduced, sometimes dramatically, when you retire. You could one day find yourself without coverage, and if your health has changed (which it will as you age), you might also find yourself unable to secure individual protection. At the very least, it will definitely be more expensive.
While group life insurance can help, it does not replace the need for individually owned life insurance. I’ll be happy to meet with you and provide a no-cost needs analysis, so you’ll know exactly where you stand.
*Receive a complete Family Needs Analysis at my expense.
Ask about our GUARANTEED LIFE INSURANCE, ANNUITIES, LONG TERM CARE & DISABILITY INSURANCE
In Christ, Anthony Bliss FIC Knights of Columbus Field Agent
750 Pine Ridge Lane, Madison Heights, MI 48071Cell 248-224-4396 FAX 586-591-6500 Email Anthony.Bliss@kofc.org
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