Council Notes for January

Ø ROLLING IN A NEW CENTURY – Let’s celebrate this100 year anniversary by sending a couple of teams from839! We are planning on the 2nd weekend of March to bowl. If you would like more information, or plan to attend, contact Steve Flottmeyer 608-317-1203 or by email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Ø LIKE US ON FACEBOOK AT KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS -LA CROSSE – Once you “like” us, find a post and share it on your timeline. Let prospective members know we are out there.

Ø GO GREEN WITH THE GAVEL IN YOUR INBOX – Recently, there have been an increasing number of requests from members who wish to receive The Gavel as a PDF File. If you wish to receive The Gavel in this form, please send your email address to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Please use the phrase GO GREENGAVEL in the subject line. We will send you a confirmationupon receipt, and you will receive a monthly PDF starting withthe next edition. Also, please indicate whether or not you wishto continue receiving The Gavel through the mail as well.

Ø PLACE OF GRACE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – The Place ofGrace is a Catholic Worker House that feeds bodies and souls at 919 Hood Street in La Crosse. We are requesting the honor of your welcoming presence and your faith-filled service for Sunday Dinner on January 31 and February 28. (10AM - Meal preparation; 12:30 guest arrive; 1:30 - 3:00, dinner and fellowship; 3:00 - 4:00, clean up). If you are available tohelp with any of the time slots or for the whole day, pleasecontact Charlie Peters or Steve Flottmeyer for details.

Ø Televised Mass on Wednesday January 20, 2016 – We will be helping out with the televised mass coming up in January.Practice for the Mass with the Knights will begin at 6:45 PMat the Christ the King Chapel, La Crosse. We could use at least15 members for the Mass, so if you are able to attend, please contact Steve Flottmeyer.

Ø COUNCIL SURVEY COMING – We have some ambitious ideas for the next year, but we need to know what you are interested in doing – family events, charitable efforts, and community outreach to name a few. That does not include our traditional activities – long time ones like the Turkey Shoot and new traditions like Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army.