The Family of Man Council Italian Dinner

Leo Weeks joins the kitchen crew.
Thank you to those who participated.  Grazie!
Macaroni  and  Cheese, Spaghetti  and Meatballs, Meatless Baked Ziti and Baked Chicken, yum.
Our head chef, John Geraerdts, taking a short break.

On September 25th, the Family of Man Council #7566 hosted the annual 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, Baked Chicken, Garden Salad, Dinner Rolls and, of course, dessert. Thanks to the numerous generous donors the Knights of Columbus Scholarship Program raised funds for graduating high school seniors and students already in college, to help defray the high costs of higher education.

October 2018 Charity Breakfast

Charity Breakfasts are back! The FoM Knights will serve breakfast between the end of the 7:30 AM and the start of the 11:30 AM Masses in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium at St John Neumann on Sunday, October 7. Your free-will offerings will support HOPE in Northern Virginia, a non-profit organization committed to empowering women facing unplanned pregnancies.

September 2018 Social

Family of Man Council #7566 held their monthly social on September 18th in the SJN Auditorium. More than 30 Brothers attended this dinner and enjoyed a special dinner of baked pork loin (which didn't last long), red cabbage, sausage stuffing, mango applesauce, salad, garlic bread and ice cream with strawberries for dessert. Many thanks to Brother/Chef John Geraerdts for leading fellow brother in the kitchen for the evening and to all the Knights who helped with the cooking and clean up! We sincerely appreciate them taking time out of their day to join us for the evening


Knights of Columbus Family of the Month, August 2018, Wayne Weeks Family

It is with great pleasure the Family of Man Council announces the Wayne Weeks family as Family of the Month for August 2018.  
Wayne and his family have a long history with the Knights of Columbus.  Wayne’s father and uncle were both Knights and his wife's godfather is a Past Grand Knight.  Wayne joined the Order in 1996.   

To Bury the Dead

To Bury the Dead is a Work of Mercy and Patriotism is a Principle of our Order. On September 6th, Brother Tom Carter and Bob Balog, both Vietnam War Veterans, attended the re-interment of two Union soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. These two soldiers were killed in August 1862 during the Second Battle of Manassas and buried in a shallow grave that was discovered in 2014. Their remains are the first to be buried in the new section of the Cemetery near where interment of Union dead began in 1864.