Atta Boy and Thanks Sirba Family!

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Volunteering time and effort to others is a gift.

Last week we all received a gift.  When you see these guys,

say “Thanks”

 

 

Seasonal Decoration Change In The Ballroom:  January 22

Taking down and storing Chrsitmas Decorations was done and we were eating rolls with coffee in just over an hour.

Al Ramola                           Jim Haeg               Leo Fair                     Dom Violante
Ted Pietrini                        John Jakala          Ned O’Doherty         Julian Hynnek
Denny Hirman                  Ken Ralph              Bill Weldon               Tom Busch
Doc Williams                     Rodney Tholen     Deacon Jim McLaughlin
Russ Lausen

The people who took down the Christmas decorations and put up the Valentines decorations in the dining room. Took 3 hours.
Beth & Doc Williams
SueAnn Sirba (neighbor)
John Sirba (son)
Peter Sirba (son)
The Sirba family volunteered even though they are not members of the club. They just wanted to help.

The Elves Have Been Busy!

 

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Our own manger (and a lot of other things) have been put up by our own elves

to decorate your hall.

These members deserve your thanks and “Atta Boy…er…Elf”

and a hearty ” You Go Girl” for the ladies!

If you don’t know them, ask for an introduction.  If you want to help…

contact the Chief Elf and her Assistant…they are the first ones listed.

Beth & Doc Williams
Pat & Pat Rickert
Deacon Jim McLaughlin
Bill Lundholm
Bill Belanger
Dick Malicki
Jim Stachowski
Doug Konietzko
Gary Ingram
Jim Scheib
Darrell Bach
Gaylord May
Jay Taylor
Pat Nelson
John Jakala
Ned O’Dougherty
Julian Hynnek
Carl Rudolph
Bob Meyer

Mothers Day Mass and Breakfast

 

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On May 8th the Marian Council will host its 48th annual Mothers Day Mass and Breakfast in the Grand Hall with your fellow Knights as hosts. Mass will begin at 10 AM with a breakfast buffet to follow immediately afterwards. The 4th Degree Mass committee and Honor Guard will be in attendance.

The menu this year will consist of your choices of egg dish, ham, hash browns, fruit, sweet rolls, orange juice, milk, and coffee. All adults will be offered a complementary glass of champagne and all mothers will receive a beautiful corsage as they arrive. The price for all this is $9.00 per person with reservations paid in advance or $10.00 at the door. Children 6 years of age and under will be admitted free. In order to have the proper amount of food on hand, we ask that you have your paid reservations at the hall by May 5th.

This will be a great opportunity to show your wife, mother, or grandmother how much you love and appreciate what they do all the other days of the year. See you there