The Family of Man Council will host their next Charity Breakfast on October 1, 2017, between the 7:30 and 11 :30 AM Masses. Our charity for this month Haven of Northern Virginia (http://www.havenofnova.org).
On Tuesday, October 24, the Knights will host an Italian Dinner in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium with traditional dishes from 5:00 to 7:30pm. The menu includes Macaroni and Cheese, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Meatless Baked Ziti, Chicken Piccata, Garden Salad, Dinner Rolls and, of course, dessert. We are hosting this dinner to raise funds for the Knights of Columbus Scholarship Program for graduating high school seniors and students already in college, to help defray the high costs of higher education. Your donations will be most welcomed.
Knights of Northern Virginia led the 36th Annual Sterling (VA) Columbus Day Parade on October 7, 2017. Eighteen Sir Knights in full Service Regalia provided the Color Guard to start the parade. Our very own Sir Knight Chris Yorke participated in the commemoration of the spirit of Faith, Leadership and Love of our noble patron, Christopher Columbus. Congratulations to all our Brothers who demonstration our Order’s principle of Patriotism.
On Sunday October 1, 2017 through the coordination of Brother Wayne Weeks, Knights from Family of Man Council 7566 and a spouse volunteered to provide free shuttle service between parking lots and the venue at George Mason University for the annual Down Syndrome Association of Northern Virginia (DSANV) Buddy Walk®. Funding from the Buddy Walk allows the DSANV to provide individuals with Down syndrome and their families with educational, financial, medical, legal and social support and resources.
The Family of Man Council will host their next Charity Breakfast on October 1, 2017, between the 7:30 and 11 :30 AM Masses. Our charity for this month is Amy's Army (http://www.amysarmyva.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded to increase awareness, support medical research, and provide financial support to Northern Virginia women affected by any cancer. Helping “women affected by any cancer” means that the woman herself may not have cancer – she may be the caregiver of a family member or friend with cancer.