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.
October 29, 2017
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.
Soup And Stations
The Council owes a round of thanks to our Brother Knight and his wife, Bill and Anne Quigley, for brewing up and serving the soups for the simple meal preceding Friday’s Stations of the Cross. They were ably supported by our Grand Knight, Tom Monahan. It is Lent. I invite all of you to join us for Soup and Stations this coming Friday and every Friday in Lent to meditate on our Savior’s sacrifice.
Spring Training Breakfast
On Sunday, February 21 2016, the Knights will be preparing and serving breakfast in honor of the Red Sox after the 9am and 11am masses. Your help would be appreciated. Arrive early and offer to help the cooks. Arrive for a serving round and offer to work the serving line. Arrive as we wrap up and pitch in cleaning up the Parish Hall. Or come for it all. Your help would definitely be appreciated. You will get good fellowship and a rewarding sense of accomplishment as we raise funds for the Council work, but more importantly, we provide a time for members of the parish to come together and renew their friendships.
About this time every year, the Council prepares and serves a breakfast for the parish capped by a visit by Old Saint Nick himself. This year, it happened to fall on Saint Nick’s saint day. We take pictures of the children, of all ages, in Santa’s lap and print them out on the spot. Then the children are presented with candy or gingerbread houses. Santa, of course, takes notes of their Christmas wishes.
Santa with Jim Bari, a charter Knight in our Council, and all of his grandchildren. The young lady is his daughter, Maria Farrell.