Mon. Dec. 1 is our scheduled business meeting. Start date has been moved up to 7:15PM to accomodate a guest speaker, Brother Knight Jack Rhine will speak on Human Trafficing.
Here’s wishing all council members and their families a wonderful and safe Thanksgivng. During our charitable events we see and meet so many people who are less fortunate than us. As the message our Grand Knight quoted during the Awards night says, “We are Our Brothers Keepers”. Please keep them in your prayers and remember they are God’s children also as we acknowledge all that we have to be thankful for.
Brother Knights this coming weekend, Sat. Nov 29 and Sun. Nov. 30 we will be selling Christmas cards after all the masses. Please take a few minutes after the Mass you attend to stop by and lend a hand and /or purchase of box of cards. What a great way to begin our Advent season.
Our Lady of Grace Council will be conducting a Tootsie Roll Drive this weekend at Wal-Mart on Malabar Rd. The drive will take place Friday from 9 AM until 9PM and Saturday 9 AM until 5PM. If you haven’t signed up for a particular time don’t let that stop you. Come down anytime and join in. It’s a great time for a great cause.
Monday, Nov 17, the council will be conducting a 1st Degree ceremony beginning at 6 PM. We have two candidates making the degree. Following the degree at 7:30 PM the council will be distributing checks to various local organizations. A reception will follow. I encourage as many council members as possible attend both of these events.
Friday November 14, council members and their families are invited to attend a fraternal and social event at Andretti’s Thrill Park on Babcock St. diagonally across from Palm Bay High School. Join us for a round of putt-putt and fellowship. Event begins at 7 PM and cost is $6.00. Make sure you see Larry Davis when checking in at Andretti’s to get the discounted price.
Saturday Nov. 8th, Fr. Martin Assy will host a Veteran’s Day Mass and Dinner. The 4PM Mass will honor veteran’s and this will be followed by dinner in the parish Servite Center. The dinner is free to veteran’s and their families. The Young Marines will present the colors and a Missing Person Table Ceremony will be conducted. Please plan on attending event and honor veteran’s past and present for their service to our country.