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Tootsie Roll Drive 2022

10/01/2022


Council: 10019 - LEWISTON

Project Description:

The knights of Holy Family Church.

Tootsie roll drive for 2022.

To collect money for Mentally challenged children.

Local stores and church property.

September 23rd and 24th and 25th.

This year with fewer members able to work we collected $1139.74.




Tootsie Roll Drive 2022

10/01/2022


Council: 10019 - LEWISTON

Project Description:

The knights of Holy Family Church.

Tootsie roll drive for 2022.

To collect money for Mentally challenged children.

Local stores and church property.

September 23rd and 24th and 25th.

This year with fewer members able to work we collected $1139.74.




Tootsie Roll

09/29/2022


Council: 8868 - LIMERICK

Project Description:

We collected Money at four stores: Calls Shop and Save in Cornish; Plummers Shop and Save in Buxton; The Milk Room in Waterboro; and Limerick Supermarket. We collected a total of $5,600.00. The money was given equally to SAD 6; SAD 55, and SAU 57 to help fund there Special Olympics programs




Tootsie Roll

09/29/2022


Council: 8868 - LIMERICK

Project Description:

We collected Money at four stores: Calls Shop and Save in Cornish; Plummers Shop and Save in Buxton; The Milk Room in Waterboro; and Limerick Supermarket. We collected a total of $5,600.00. The money was given equally to SAD 6; SAD 55, and SAU 57 to help fund there Special Olympics programs




St Joseph Church Food Pantry

09/28/2022


Council: 11376 - BRIDGTON-FRYEBURG

Project Description:

4th Degree Knight Tom Leonard and 1st Degree Knight Joe Balchunas assisted the St Joseph Church Food Pantry in making food available to families shopping for their core food needs. On Sep 12, Joe assisted by unloading the Good Shepherd food delivery truck and storing the delivery in the St Joseph Church food pantry. Joe worked 1 manhour that day. On Sep 27th, Tom helped to display food for families who stopped by to shop. Joe helped clients pack their vehicles with food, and later assisted in storing carts and coolers which were used for the distribution. Tom worked 5 hours and Joe worked 3 hours (8 manhours) that day. There were about 12 other parishioners participating, who belong to the Food Pantry.
The St Joseph Church Food Pantry services indigent fa5milies living in the communities of Bridgton, Fryeburg, Naples and Harrison. Food was distributed to 25 families. Food items consist of cereals, canned goods, snacks, boxes of pasta, frozen meat, produce, butter and bread.
Please send a copy of this report to Grand Knight Patrick Bracken (patrickbracken49@gmail.com)
Thank you!




St Joseph Church Food Pantry

09/28/2022


Council: 11376 - BRIDGTON-FRYEBURG

Project Description:

4th Degree Knight Tom Leonard and 1st Degree Knight Joe Balchunas assisted the St Joseph Church Food Pantry in making food available to families shopping for their core food needs. On Sep 12, Joe assisted by unloading the Good Shepherd food delivery truck and storing the delivery in the St Joseph Church food pantry. Joe worked 1 manhour that day. On Sep 27th, Tom helped to display food for families who stopped by to shop. Joe helped clients pack their vehicles with food, and later assisted in storing carts and coolers which were used for the distribution. Tom worked 5 hours and Joe worked 3 hours (8 manhours) that day. There were about 12 other parishioners participating, who belong to the Food Pantry.
The St Joseph Church Food Pantry services indigent fa5milies living in the communities of Bridgton, Fryeburg, Naples and Harrison. Food was distributed to 25 families. Food items consist of cereals, canned goods, snacks, boxes of pasta, frozen meat, produce, butter and bread.
Please send a copy of this report to Grand Knight Patrick Bracken (patrickbracken49@gmail.com)
Thank you!




Fill in at Local Food Pantry. 15791

09/25/2022


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

A Council Brother and Family members. Fill in at local food pantry. Within our community. Week of 9/18/2022. Our council brother and his family were asked if they could help in packing and delivering needed food to eighteen families. As in the past our brother said yes to this worthy request. It is always nice to see the recipients’ smiles and thoughtful conversation once they find out we have needed food for them. Knights and their family members help many in their time of need not only here in our community but thru out the State of Maine.




Fill in at Local Food Pantry. 15791

09/25/2022


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

A Council Brother and Family members. Fill in at local food pantry. Within our community. Week of 9/18/2022. Our council brother and his family were asked if they could help in packing and delivering needed food to eighteen families. As in the past our brother said yes to this worthy request. It is always nice to see the recipients’ smiles and thoughtful conversation once they find out we have needed food for them. Knights and their family members help many in their time of need not only here in our community but thru out the State of Maine.




Working with Seniors within our community.

09/25/2022


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

One of our Council Brothers / Secular Franciscans and community residents attended and taught a few community residents’ how to read, understand, and become familiar with the Holy Bible, during the weeks of Sept third thru the twenty-fourth in our Community Common Room. Recently two of the community residents asked me if I could help them with reading and understanding the Bible. We had a very blessed time, and all in attendance enjoyed them selves very much. Spreading the Good News of the Bible is especially important to our brother knight / Secular Franciscan and the residents who attended. It was mentioned that a few of the residents might like to do this again in the Spring. After the final class on 24 September, we all went out and enjoyed a nice lunch and plenty of fellowship was had by all. Thanks be to God.




Working with Seniors within our community.

09/25/2022


Council: 15791 - FALMOUTH

Project Description:

One of our Council Brothers / Secular Franciscans and community residents attended and taught a few community residents’ how to read, understand, and become familiar with the Holy Bible, during the weeks of Sept third thru the twenty-fourth in our Community Common Room. Recently two of the community residents asked me if I could help them with reading and understanding the Bible. We had a very blessed time, and all in attendance enjoyed them selves very much. Spreading the Good News of the Bible is especially important to our brother knight / Secular Franciscan and the residents who attended. It was mentioned that a few of the residents might like to do this again in the Spring. After the final class on 24 September, we all went out and enjoyed a nice lunch and plenty of fellowship was had by all. Thanks be to God.




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