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Knights of Columbus

St. Charles Council #2084

P.O. Box 213, Greenville, Michigan  48838

Welcome to St. Charles Council #2084 Web Site


The Web Site will give you a glimpse of what the Knights of Columbusare all about.  You will see some of the St. Charles Knights in action, you will find out the programs they support and we will give you a chance to help if you would like.  If you are a young man, or not a young man, but a catholic male that wants to grow more in his faith, then we will help you when you join us.  The Knights four principles are Charity, Unity, Fraternity, Patriotism.

Go to the Council's  "Photo Gallery" to see some of the Council's Projects.

If you are interested in joining, use this link, "Knights of Columbus", or send us an e-mail by using the "Contact Us" link above.

St. Charles and Carson City-Hubbardston Council
sponsor "Keep Christ in Christmas" billboard west of Greenville on M-57.   Driving east from Courtland Township Fire Department, the sign will be on the right by Lehman's Auto Service.

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Council #2084 Helps Many during Christmas and Thanksgiving!

Over the last five years, Council #2084 has giving about $12,762.00 worth of food baskets and gifts for the needy in the Greenville Community during Christmas and Thanksgiving.  On Thanksgiving they make sure everyone that wants a turkey gets one with all the trimings that go with it.  On Christmas the Council tries to get toys and food to match the family's need.  The number of families varies from year to year, usually about 35 to 40.  This year we are looking for a couple to take over for our present Chairpeople to oversee this activity.  If you are interested in helping, please use the "Contact Us" link above and let us know that you are interested in helping.  We will contact you and talk to you about what you can do. 

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we are looking for a few (more) good men to join us!

Knights are Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their Church. Being a Knight is more than camaraderie; it is being involved with your community; it is supporting your local Catholic Church, while enhancing your own faith; it is about protecting and enhancing your family life. If you are interested in Joining, go to "Knights of Columbus Join".

To see some of the Council's projects and activites, use the "Photo Gallery" link above.


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