On Sunday, October 23, from 6:30-8:00pm, the Saint John Neumann parish is offering “Breaking the Myths of Alcohol Addiction”, a valuable educational program for young and old. Addiction experts from Caron Treatment Center have been invited to help us explore the myths, to help us become more aware of our own behaviors and risk factors, and to become better educated to many important aspects of this disease the CDC lists as the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S.
We invite you and your family to join us Saturday, October 22, from 6:00 to 9:00pm in the St John Neumann Parish Brown - McCarthy Auditorium. This will be a great time to get to know many of our members and their families, and to learn more about our Knights of Columbus Family of Man Council #7566. We promise you a wonderful evening of good food, entertainment, and fellowship in the truest spirit of the Catholic Family tradition and the Knights of Columbus.
Please join the Family of Man Council on Sunday, November 6, for our monthly Charity Breakfast. Our designated charity will be the Culmore Clinic, a 501(c)(3) non-profit healthcare clinic serving low-income adults in the Bailey's Crossroads community at little to no cost. We hold our breakfasts between the end of the 7:30 Mass and the start of the 11:30 Mass in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium.
After our summer hiatus, October 2, 2016, marks the return of our monthly charity breakfasts between the end of the 7:30 and start of the 11:30 Masses in the St John Neumann Brown-McCarthy Auditorium. This month's charity is the Stroke Comeback Center (http://www.strokecomebackcenter.org).
The Past Grand Knights pictured (from left to right): Greg Klein, Joe Gibbons, Bill McInerney, Dennis Byrne, Jim O’Brien, Richard Slucher, John Claman, Keith George and Tom Broderick. Not present were David Donnelly Jr. and Ed Walsh.
On September 20, 2016, the Family of Man Council had the pleasure of hosting a group of Past Grand Knights who had served as Grand Knights with the Family of Man Council or other Knights of Columbus Councils in the past. These individuals where honored for their past service and dedication to the Knights of Columbus.