Category Archives: Meals

Calling All Knights!

Next Sunday, October 27, 2019, is the Housing Families Breakfast. We need workers across the board, from cooks to set up, to servers, to cleanup. So come on over and join your fellow knights. The time schedule follows:

  • 7am Cooking starts
  • 8am Set up starts
  • 10am First Serving
  • 11am Cleanup
  • 12pm Second Serving
  • 1pm Final Cleanup

Pick those times that you able to help out and text Antoine, 781-800-5909, when and what you would like to work on.

Housing Families Breakfast 2017

October 29, 2017

Housing Families
Every year the Knights hold a fund raising breakfast to aid Housing Families.

 

Patty Kelly
Housing Families was ably represented by Patty Kelly.

 

pumpkins
In addition to the breakfast, donations were requested for pumpkins decorated by Pope John XXIII students and Judy Doulcette’s youth choir.

 

Scarecrow
Patrick Shea served as the scarecrow for family pictures up on the stage.

 

Cooking Eggs
Brother Knight John Goudey prepared eggs in the kitchen.

 

buttered toast
Brother Knight James Donohue prepared toast and buttered it out in the dining area.

Family Dinner

Wednesday, June 22, 2017: The Council gathered to break bread with family as this fraternal year comes to a close.

Francis Galvin, ?, ? Bill and Anna Quigley
Madeline, Gene, and Kevin Amico John Sr, Maria, and Francesco Farrell
Johnny Tran, Fr Jean Massingue,
Tom Monahan
Fr Sullivan, Tom & Jennifer Walsh
Maria Mercurio, Maria DiBenedetto, ? ?, David Ennamorati
Calvin Morley, Patrick Shea Michael DiBenedetto, Rich Grant,
Aaron Carter, Frank Farrell
Mary Lou, Charles Bosselman,
Antoine Schettini
From Pisa Pizza, Tiki Island

Pancake Breakfast

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Many Knights turned out this morning to prepare and serve breakfast within the Parish Hall. New faces were seen at the toasters, even though the faces were well known. We made the pancakes from scratch. The bacon was cut by Gene Pinkham from a fresh slab. Scrambled eggs, seasoned diced potatoes, hash, and beans were also available for the people we fed. We wish to thank the continued patronage of old friends who come to eat together.