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Faith in Action Reports

Faith in Action Reports

15791 - FALMOUTH

In Service to One, In Service to All
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Family Faith Formation Breakfast

03/06/2019


Council: 2091 - RUMFORD

Project Description:

Family Faith Formation for the Parish.




Mardi Gras Volunteer Appreciation Reception. 15791

03/06/2019


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Ten council brothers and a number of parishioners and family members participated in this years Mardi Gras Volunteer Appreciation Reception, at Holy Martyr’s Church Hall on Tuesday March 5, 2019. This event was sponsored by our Pastor and his Staff. As part of the Staff we are so grateful to our office volunteers, altar servers, lectors, counters, Eucharistic ministers, catechists,gardeners, musicians, reception volunteers, commission members, decorators, knights of columbus, and the list goes on. As a Staff member I thank all for your time and talent with us, during the 2018 year. Many stories were shared by all, and great fellowship was had by all. Also there was some great food served for each of us to enjoy. We look forward to doing this again in 2020, with the Lords Blessings.




Snow And Ice Removal From Church Hall Roof. 15791

03/06/2019


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

Two council brothers stepped up to help our priest with a problem with the church hall roof at Saint Gregory’s on Wednesday March 6, 2019. With this winter being very cold and icy it has been a challenge keeping the building roofs and side walks safe to walk on and walk under. Following the 8 AM Mass this morning myself and one other council brother put in time to roof rake and break ice from the church hall roof. This is the third time we have done this this winter. In order to insure the safety of all who enter and walk around the building this job must be done offend. We are in hopes that this will be the last time we will need to do this with spring coming.




St. Valentine's Day Dinner

03/06/2019


Council: 10221 - GORHAM

Project Description:

Council #10221 held a St. Valentine’s Day dinner for Brother Knights, their spouse or guest at the Ocean Garden Restaurant in Gorham on March 9, 2019. The dinner was conducted as a family activity.




Blood Drive

03/05/2019


Council: 2625 - DEXTER

Project Description:

On Monday, March 2019 the Dexter K of C held its 2nd yearly Blood drive. It was a stormy day several donors canceled out but we still had 17 donors come in to give blood. We were open from 1 pm to 6pm and we did collect 14 pt.of blood. The Red Cross was pleased considering the weather with the collection of 14 pt.




SNOW REMOVAL & MAIL RETRIEVAL

03/04/2019


Council: 10020 - No. WINDHAM

Project Description:

NEIGHBORS AT ABOVE ADDRESS HAVE BEEN AWAY SINCE EARLY JANUARY & ARE DUE BACK TOMORROW. I REMOVED SNOW FROM LATEST STORM FROM DRIVEWAY AND WALKWAY AS WELL AS RETRIEVED ACCUMULATED MAIL.




AARP LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY

03/03/2019


Council: 334 - AUGUSTA

Project Description:

I joined AARP Legislative Tuesdays last March. Basically we advocate for issues that affect seniors. We have guess speakers weekly and are able to observe the business of government in both the Senate and House of Representatives at the Maine State House. This has enabled me to be aware of major events that impact our senior citizens. I have the opportunity to testify in front of committees or simply observe them while dressed in the Red of AARP. This shows our elected officials that seniors are a strong voting block.
The actual time I put into this activity is 41 hours and 25 minutes. The end date is in compliance with the March report deadline. Due to a massive rotator cuff tear there was a break in my service. I ceased my activity on April 17, 2018 and resumed it on January 15, 2019.




AUGUSTA FOOD BANK VOLUNTEER

03/03/2019


Council: 334 - AUGUSTA

Project Description:

I have been a volunteer driver for the Augusta Food Bank for the past several years. My duties included picking up food that was donated by large chain stores on a weekly basis. I also picked up food from various agencies and businesses that held food drives. Another duty required me to weigh the various food items by categories when I unloaded the van at the Food Center. I then would assist the staff in storing the items.
I was responsible for delivering food to the Cony Community Cupboard at Cony H.S. This is a program that feeds students in need especially from the elementary schools. All of these duties are labor intensive.
The actual hours I put into this project is 34 hours and 55 minutes. I suffered a massive torn rotator cuff this past year and therefore I had a break in my year of service. I had to stop my volunteering on April 19, 2018 and wasn’t able to resume until January 10, 2019. I used to volunteer on multiple days in the past but since my return I am just servicing the Cony Cupboard on Thursday afternoons and once have assisted with a store pickup. The end date reflects the March report requirement. As I get stronger I’ll attempt to put in more time on this worthwhile project.




AUGUSTA POLICE VOLUNTEER (VIPS)

03/03/2019


Council: 334 - AUGUSTA

Project Description:

I became a VIPS (Volunteer In Police Service) this past May when I suffered a torn rotator cuff injury. I basically entered dispositions from court cases into the current computer files. I began by entering recent dispositions but presently I am researching cases from the archives system and am entering the data into the updated files.
As a retired Augusta Police Officer who spent more than half my career as a detective and then as a records officer, I developed skills in researching cases and property/evidence. Due to demands on full time personal the work that I perform is valuable to the agency.
The actual time that I put into this project was 482 hours and 40 minutes. This will be an ongoing yearly project. The end date reflects the March report requirement.




OFF SEASON CONY FOOTBALL CONDITIONING

03/03/2019


Council: 334 - AUGUSTA

Project Description:

As a volunteer assistant coach on the Cony H. S. Football Staff I am involved with the off season weightlifting program. I usually open the facility for the student athletes three times a week from the end of the season until the start of double sessions in August. I am usually joined by two other coaches for the sessions. The weightlifting is open to any student who wishes to participate whether or not they want to play football or whether they are male or female.
A coach or staff member must be present during the sessions for safety purposes. The total time that I put into this program was 48 hours and 5 minutes. This also reflected attending a rewards banquet. I further took on the responsibility of washing game and practice jerseys and pants at the end of the season. I organized the equipment shed too.
The end date is in compliance with the March report date. This activity will continue to double sessions in August.




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