Bishop George Avis Fulcher Council #12387

Thirty three members of the Knight and family members spent Saturday, December 3rd bagging, organizing and distributing food to 180 families @ the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House.

Santa visited with kids and family members on December 3rd sharing hugs & passing out 37 dozen canes.

Our Council gave away 325 children's books on Saturday, December 3rd while distributing food at the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House

Fall Can Food Drive collected 28,843 items of which the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House reveived 21,365 items. Five other food pantries & 1 senior home received 7,478 items.

Thanks to Global Packaging, our Council donated 9,216 pepper shakers to the following six Food Banks...Lord's Pantry at Anna's House, Indpls; Lynhurst Baptist Church Community Center, Indpls; Merciful H.E.L.P. Center, Carmel; Carmel Methodist United Church Food Pantry, Carmel; St. Louis de Montfort Food Pantry, Fishers & St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantry, Noblesville as a part of the Knights Fall Can Food Drive.

Congratulations to our Santa Maria Service Program award winners for 2022!

Our Council helped with the heavy lifting at the Lord's Pantry on Saturday, August 13th setting up tables/tents, unloading fruits & vegetables from the frig, putting cheese, milk, mashed potatoes, salami & chickens on pallets and trays, organizing bread on trays & distributing bread, mashed potatoes, salami and chickens to Patrons. We helped feed around 185 individuals/families.

On Saturday, May 14th, we bagged, organized and distributed food to 175 families at the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House.

Our Council gave away 500 children's books at Knights Pantry Day @ the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House on Saturday, May 14th

$2,325 from our Knights of Columbus Lenten Fish Fry's was donated to the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House to help feed the homeless and needy individuals and families in the Haughville area of Indianapolis.

The Knights donated $2,325 to the Merciful H.E.L.P. Center from our Knights of Columbus Lenten Fish Fry's to help feed the needy in Hamilton County.

Council # 12387 collected 24,147 can goods, dry goods and personal hygiene items as well as 54,000 paper/plastic bags for the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House as a part of our Lenten Can Food Drive.

Little Sisters of the Poor visit the Lebanon Toy Warehouse - Kris Hodel, Charity Latham, and Jim Spitznogle with Sisters Erin and Marie

As a part of the Knights Lenten Can Food Drive/Fish Fry Can Food Drive, the Knights donated 659 food and personal hygiene items to the Loaves and Fishes Ministry for the Merciful H.E.L.P. Center.

As a part of the Knights Lenten Can Food Drive, we dropped off 2,743 personal hygiene items at the Lord's Panatry at Anna's House.

Knights dropped off 1,200 personal hygiene items for the needy and homeless at the Wheeler Mission during Lent

Lots of fun and fellowship at our December 2021 Christmas Party!

Excellent Christmas Party food thanks to Len and Dorothy Yanavich.

And who could forget the traditional Christmas White Elephant Gift Exchange!

Len Yanavich and GK Joe Wood draw names for the White Elephant Gift Exchange.

Winner! Winner! Chicken Dinner! Maury Rohleder finally got something besides COAL !

Knights bag, organize and distribute food to 225 families on Saturday, December 4th at the Lord's Pantry at Anna's House

Over 225 children who visited the Pantry on Knights Pantry Day received a book from our Council.

Kris Hodel, Project Chairman, shares the Knights Book Program story during the WISH TV 8 interview. The Knights donated 1,500 books to the Wish Tree Toy Drive. As of 12/21 our Council has donated children's books to 166 different groups in nine different states and Haiti. These donated books total 160,735 .

Jim Spitznogle highlights Global Plastics donation of their warehouse for the Knights Book Program on WISH TV 8 interview

The Knights thank Dick & Kathy Stadler for their years of service to St. Elizabeth Seton, its ministries and the Knights of Columbus, prior to their departure to Colorado.

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The Knights of Columbus are founded on the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.  Council #12387 donated over $40,000 to various charities in 2021, and our charitable fundraisers are an important part of our annual programs. Your support of our fundraising efforts makes these donations possible, so please continue to participate in and attend our many fun events such as Pancake Breakfasts, Tootsie Roll Drives, Fish Frys, Annual Golf Outing, Spring and Fall Flower Sales, and our annual Seminarian Rib Dinner.


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About Our Council

Council Business Meeting Schedule

1st Wednesday of the month at 7:30PM

Council Program Meeting Schedule

3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30PM

Meetings Location

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church
10655 Haverstick Road
Carmel, IN 46033 US

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Family of the Month

Len & Dorothy Yanavich


Knight of the Month

Brian Leedke