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Council Calendar and Newsletter for March 2019

March 5: Council Meeting at 7:30 PM
March 12: Columbian Club Meeting at 7:00 PM
March 19: Council Meeting at 7:30 PM
March 26: Council Officers Meeting at 7:00 PM


-Do You Remember Why You Joined


-The W.Government Ave. street cleanup is still planned for
Saturday, March 23 at 9:00 AM. Join up with PGK Barry
Clark at the facility and crews will depart from there.
Again, if you can lend a helping hand, it would be greatly

Council Calendar and Newsletter for February 2019

February 5: Council Meeting at 7:30 PM
February 12: Columbian Club Meeting at 7:00 PM
February 19: Council Meeting at 7:30 PM
February 26: Council Officers Meeting at 7:00 PM


-Council #3548 will have its annual “VALENTINE’S DINNER” and
“DANCE” on Saturday, February 9,2019. 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Held at the Main Hall on 211 W. Government Ave.
On the Menu: Steamship Round, Roasted Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables,
Salad, Rolls, and Dessert.
BYOB OK (setups included) and Beer will available for purchase.
Dinner music will be provided by the
This year we will also have after dinner dancing. Music provided by
DJ Steve Duke.
Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the Bar or by contacting
Jim Miller at (757)409-8664
Open to all (guests welcome)
Again, please try to attend. It will be a fun-filled evening.
Proceeds To Benefit Kovar.


-We will have our street cleaning of W.Government Ave. on
Saturday, February 9 at 9:00 AM. If you can lend a helping
hand it would be greatly appreciated. It should take less
than a hour.
(Editors Note: I have been informed that this weekend has
been cancelled because of the expected cold weather. At this
time, it has been rescheduled for the weekend of March 23—J R}


-Our Council is again a participant in the Norfolk Emergency
Shelter Team (NEST). This is a service which partners with the
Homeless Active & Responsive Team (HART) and provides meals and
shelter to homeless single adults during the winter months. NEST
is a coalition of churches and charitable organizations and provides
the services on a rotating basis.

GK Jim Miller and Advocate Cooper Joynes cooking up hamburgers
and hotdogs in our kitchen.
Participants chowing down in the Holy Trinity Churchs’ cafeteria


-Our greatest gratitude is extended to the ladies of LOTKA for their
participation in this years NEST program. Helping the homeless with
food and shelter in the facilities of Holy Trinity Church was nothing
less than invaluable. It was a memorable effort for our community.

Council Calendar and Newsletter for January 2019

January 8: Columbian Club Meeting at 7:00 PM
January 15: Council Meeting at 7:30 PM
January 29: Council Officers Meeting at 7:00 PM


I hope you had a very Merry Christmas and that your New Year
is starting off well.
I just wrapped up my first six months as your Grand Knight.
It has been very rewarding and challenging. My main concern for
this council is the lack of support and dedication that is needed
to continue our legacy.
With April rapidly approaching and the election of Officers to
follow, the need for volunteers to step up and become involved as
an Officer is very important. Most pressing, is the position of
Grand Knight. Without a dedicated and sincere “leader” Council 3548
will cease to exist.
Please take some time and reflect on your involvement and consider
a position as an Officer. Expecting everyone else to do the work,
means the work wont’t get done.
Paying your dues and staying current is commendable, but that’s not
enough to sustain the council. We have a mission of assisting the
needy and less fortunate. We can only achieve that if we continue to
raise funds with profit-making functions and that takes time,
dedication, and manpower.
Remember and reflect on our motto and why you joined the Knights.
With a concentrated effort of getting more involved, we can continue
our mission.
God bless you all and your families.
Jim Miller
Grand Knight


From the Grand Night:
-I would like to relay some information about an organization that
has a most worthy cause. It is called the
located in Locust Grove, Va.
It is a regional maternity housing and educational center for women
and their children. This facility offers women who are pregnant and
are considering an abortion a viable alternative. It is staffed by
professionals and and trained volunteers. We, as Knights, are in
strict agreement with type of effort and charity. The center operates
on donations by concerned individuals and organizations and is tax
deductible. If any members would like more information or to donate,
it can be done at
e-mail: admin@paulstefanhome.org
Please mention Council #3548 with your inquiry or donation.
Thank You,
Jim Miller
Grand Knight


Night Out with Your Sweet

Thanks to all that worked and all that participated. Everyone had a great night and the KOVAR event was a huge success.”

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Children’s Christmas Party

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Knights Christmas Party

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