We are proud to announce that so far this year 4 members of our Council
542 hours of Volunteer Service in our parish and our community.
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(Local Council #11736 - St. Barbara Church)
New Knights Join our Team
We welcome Gabe and Reece!
Charity, Unity and Fraternity Exemplification Ceremony
Hosted by St. Barbara Knights, October 30th, 2022
* Special thank you to Father Davis, District Deputy Dennis and Brother Manny!
Next Knights (Not Just Pancakes) Breakfast!
Sunday November 13th after both morning masses
Come join us for good food and fellowship after both of the morning masses on Sunday, November 13th. Approximate times are 9 am and 11 am. We will have ham, eggs, fruit and, of course, Basha's famous pancakes! Don't miss out on the good meal and helping us support our worthy charities which include improvements to St. Barbara Church, Coats for Kids, sponsoring our Seminarian and our Scholarship fund. See you there!
"for it is in giving that we receive "
2022 Tootsie Roll Drive
For the past two years, due to COVID, the St. Barbara Knights were not able to participate in our Annual Tootsie Roll Drive. This drive helps charities that work with the disabled. This year our Knights and their family members were able to participate once again! Thanks to the Bonney Lake Fred Meyer and Wilderness Village QFC we are able to pass out tootsie rolls in front of their stores. The Knights picked two weekends in September and October to hand out tootsie rolls. In return, customers could make a monetary donation. 100% of all the proceeds go to three different charities that the St. Barbara Knights have decided to support. The charities are Special Olympics, Northwest Center and Arc of King County. All three charities help people with intellectual disabilities. (To find out more about these great charities, you can go to our Links of Interest section.) This year we were able to raise a little over $1700 for our charities. All councils that are involved with this program give 20% of their donations to Columbus Charities Fund. The fund then gives all that is collected through this program to Special Olympics. Since the program's inception, in 2011, the Knights of Columbus has raised money that has benefitted many charitable organizations, including Special Olympics. Thanks to Brothers Doug Marsh, Eric Doan, Tony Stevenson, Gabe Hanzeli, Zack Midles, Gerald Korst and Gary Reed! Special thanks to Karen Stevenson, Debbie Reed and Kathy Doan, and the children; Jacqyuelyn, Kennedy and Torin! TOOTSIE ROLL PHOTO GALLERY