From the Desk of
the Grand Knight
Thursday, June 9th, 2022 – 7:00 PM
The nominations of Council Officers for the 2022-2023 Fraternal year are as follows:
- Grand Knight – Matt Carlton
- Deputy Grand Knight – Doug Zuidema
- Chaplin – Open
- Financial Secretary – Steve DeWall
- Treasurer – Brian DeLong
- Recorder – Brad Doriot
- Advocate – Henry Hartwell
- Chancellor – Bill McDermott
- Warden – Thomas Seastrom
- Lecturer – Brian Powers
- Inside Guard – Tim Kordecki
- Outside Guard – Kelly Powers
- Trustee 1st year – Dennis Chandonnet
- Trustee 2nd year – Lee Chandonnet
- Trustee 3rd year – Don Martines
Our Council meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month and everybody is welcome and encouraged to join us for our monthly meeting. This month our council meeting will be on June 10th @ 7 pm. We will hold the elections at this meeting. If anyone would like to have their name included, please contact me. If you have any issues with the list of Officers also contact me.
The patio is open and the weather is getting nice, so make sure you take advantage of the patio. Steve will continue to have dinners on Wednesday nights, please come down for a dinner to support the club.
I would ask that you add into your prayers, that God may guide our leaders and all of us to make the place we live in better than the day before. I believe that all of us can make a difference, especially in our own community, it starts with each one of us.
I hope all Brother Knights and their families are doing well, but for those that are going through tough times please pray for them. See the members in need on the website (under the “The People” drop-down, then click “Prayers”) and keep them in your prayers.
Ushering at St. Francis:
- June 12th
- July 3rd
- July 24th
Matt Carlton, Grand Knight
Phone: 231-740-4651 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The online event calendar will be up-to-date soon. Please check it out at www.kc706.com.
- Watch for emails on Wednesday dinner or check the Event calendar online
- June 9th – Council Meeting, 7:00 pm.
- Also, be on the lookout for emails of any additional dinners that might come up.
May – Council Meeting:
- We are in good standing with State and Supreme.
- Tom Seastrom will be our representative at the State Convention on Mackinac Island this year.
- Please plan to attend the next meeting and see what we are doing in our community.
Building Association News
We had great success with our Lenten Fish Dinners. We would like to thank all the volunteers that help with the dinners. The fish and onion breading, general prep work, drive-thru order takers, runners to the take-outs, friers and servers, money person inside, clean up to name a few. These are some very dedicated folks and thankful for all the volunteers.
Recently we had a couple of other events, that helped raise some money for our new charity for an Ultra Sound for the Muskegon Pregnancy Center. We will continue to do events like this that will help raise funds for this initiative.
The Cinco de Mayo party was held on May 5th (Duh!), We had Burritos and all the fixings. The turnout was very good and well-received. We would like to thank the volunteers for this party and thank them for all the work they did. Barb Langlois, Beth Chandonnet, Elaine Phee, Ellen Jackson, Pam DeWall, Kathy Dorato, Deb Meehan, and The Homestead Tavern (Theresa Dove).
The next event was the Kentucky Derby party held on May 7th. The Committee of Deb Sechen, Barb Langlois, and Pam DeWall put on a wonderful party. There were two raffles: a Bourbon Basket – sponsored by Deb Sechen and Pat Goresch, also a Margarita Basket – sponsored by Seconda Addicott. Additional volunteers for this event: Joe and Cindy Wolf, Kathy Dorato, Seconda Addicott, Stacia and Jim Starr, Richard Langlois, Grant Sechen, and Scott Shlaffer. A great time was had by all thanks to these volunteers.
We are doing great things for our community and all the volunteers are making these things happen. If I missed anyone from the lists above, I’m sorry. Our summer Wednesday evening dinners are in full swing. If you are willing and able to help with these dinners, contact Steve Tejchma at 855-2796. Our volunteers make these dinners possible; we would like to thank all the volunteers that help out.
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Burgers on the grill
5:00 – 6:30 pm
BBQ Chicken Quarters grilled
5:30 – 6:30 pm
5:30 – 6:30 pm
It doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Steve needed a rest
Wings and Fries are also available Wednesdays
Please check the website here – kc706.com/event-calendar/. We try to keep it updated to the best of our ability!
Building Association President
From the Editors Desk
Our Thursday morning golf group has started at Excalibur Golf Course, formerly Eagle Island. This is a no-commitment group, just show up. We start play at 9:45 AM, weather permitting.
Joke(s) of the Month
A young man agreed to baby-sit one night so a single mother could have an evening out. At bedtime he sent the youngsters upstairs to bed and settled down to watch football.
One child kept creeping down the stairs, but the young man kept sending him back to bed.
At 9:00 pm the doorbell rang, it was the next-door neighbor, Mrs. Brown, asking whether her son was there.
The young man brusquely replied, “No.”
Just then a little head appeared over the banister and shouted, “I’m here, Mom, but he won’t let me go home!”
An old wild west fort was about to be attacked. The wily old general sent for his trusty Sioux scout.
“You must use all your thirty years of skill in trying to estimate the sort of army we are up against here.”
The trusty scout laid down and put his ear to the ground.
“Large war party,” he said, “maybe three hundred braves, four chiefs, two on black stallions, two on white stallions. All have war paint; Many, many guns. Medicine man also with them.”
“Good grief!” exclaimed the general, “you can tell all of that just by listening to the ground?”
“No,” replied the Indian, “I can see under the gate.”
Cop: You know how fast you were going?
Guy: Sorry officer, I was just trying to catch up with traffic.
Cop: What traffic? The road is empty.
Guy: Yeah, that’s how far behind I am.
A J Vallier Sons, Inc.
1664 Sixth St.
Muskegon, MI 49441
2195 Sherin St.
Muskegon, MI 49441