Council #2084 will hold thier Annuall Tootsie Roll Drive (M.I. Drive) on March 31st and April 1st. We need 64 volunteers to make the drive successful, so volunteer to help. You do not need to be a Knight. Our Coucil helps support Camp Optimist here in Greenville and the local Area Special Olympics organization. To signup, click here and it will take you to the signup page. Thanks for your support.
In the past when you joined the Knights, the Degree ceremonies were private for the candidates and current Council memebers. A few years ago, Supreme Council changed the ceremony and opened it up to the members, family, and friends. Go to the following link and watch the exemplification that you will go through when you join Council #2084. There was an Exemplification on March 5th after the 11:00 AM Mass at St. Charles Catholic Church, Greenville, MI., The Council welcomes Thomas and Benjamin. Exemplification Link
I want to share with all of you what our District Deputy presented to us at our Thursday meeting: the Columbian Award we earned for 2021-22, acknowledging all the service programs we did for Faith, Family, Community and Life. I am a little disturbed, however, that they engraved my name on this award, because it is not my doing, it is our doing as a group of brother Knights committed to providing these worthwhile programs for our community. It is an honor being the Grand Knight of this very active Council and serving with you.
Grand Knight Mike Karpus presents a $500 check from K of C St. Charles Council 2084 to Fr. Jim Wyse to help the parish purchase new chairs for the St. Charles Activities Building. The chairs were first used at the March 11 fish fry.
From left to right, St. Charles sixth-grader Lainy Stoddard, St. Charles principal Margaret Karpus, St. Charles fifth-grader Marissa Lyon, and Council 2084 Grand Knight Michael Karpus at the Essexville Knights of Columbus Hall before the start of the Knights of Columbus State Spelling Bee championship on Saturday, March 12. The two girls finished first and second in the local council bee’s 4th through 6th grade division, then finished first and second in the Grand Rapids diocese bee, earning their way to the state event. At the championship, Lainy finished 10th and Marissa placed fifth in the state. Congratulations to these highly intelligent young ladies.