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Tee It Up for “Our Sister Parish in Haiti” at our Knights of Columbus “Chari-Tee” Golf Outing

 

St. Mary Church’s Annual “Chari-Tee” golf outing and dinner will be held Saturday, August 23, 2014 at Crystal Woods Golf Club, Routes 47 and 176, in Woodstock. Proceeds from event will benefit our Sister Parish in Leger-Matheux, Haiti.

Cost: $125 
Per Golfer (includes cart, range balls, green fees, awards and dinner)

Dinner Only: $25
for additional guest joining us for dinner.  Dinner starts after golf is completed at approximately 6:00 PM.


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For additional information, please visit the Golf Outing Information Page.

Or complete the following registration form and return with your payment, to the sign-up table in the narthex, drop off at the church office, or mail to Rick Summerville, 626 Kendallwood Court, Crystal Lake, IL 60014.

Local businesses interested in sponsoring a hole or donating prizes – Click here
Hole Sponsorship form (PDF Download)

Please contact Rick Summerville with any questions at golf@huntleyknights.org

Location
Crystal Woods Golf Club
Rt 47, Woodstock, IL

Registration starts at 11:30 AM
Shotgun Start at 12:30 PM

Knights of Columbus Eucharistic Adoration

small KofC Adoration Hour

The members of our council have committed to  support Eucharistic Adoration in our parish.

We’ve committed to a one-hour time slot each week. If  50 of our Brother Knights sign up to help one hour a year (even if it’s above your own personal  Adoration commitment), you  would only need to provide this extra hour once a year!

Our assigned time slot is 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM weekly on Sundays. While this assignment is challenging, if we all pull together as a council, we would be setting an excellent example to men in our parish. This is a great opportunity for quiet reflection with the Lord.

We ask that you prayerfully consider contributing one extra hour to support our  council’s commitment to our Parish.

You will need a passcode to enter the chapel since the building is secure. Please contact SK Don Moore at 847-836-1632 if you would like to volunteer or you can email Don at donaldmoorec@aol.com

 

Click here to sign up for Eucharistic Adoration

2014 Free Throw Championship – Saturday January 11

Saturday, January 11, 2014
Centegra Healthbridge Fitness Center
9 a.m. to noon

Since 1972, councils around the country have sponsored the Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Championship for boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14. The championship is set up to have the contestants compete within their own gender and age group. All competition starts at the local level. Winners move on to the district, regional, and state or province levels. From there, some make it to the international level for championship competition in their group.

Questions? Email Phil Miller at philcmiller@comcast.net or Jerry O’Sullivan at now3kids@aol.com.

Illinois Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship website

Order your Knight’s Shirts and Other Apparel Here

We have a new vendor!  Thank you to our new brother Paul Claps at KC Printing!

KC Print

You can now order your St. Mary Huntley Council 11666 KofC shirts by clicking the picture below.

St. Mary Huntley Council 11666 KofC Apparel Store

To see the merchandise, you will need to create an account if you don’t already have one (click “Create an account” next to “Login” button) or just login using your existing account information.

You can also find the website in the upper right of the Home page, and also on the Links page.

Congratulations to our newest Fourth Degree Knights


Grand Knight Dan Quirk, center, is joined by our newest Knights of Columbus in the Fourth Degree. Pictured (l-r): Anthony Santerelli, Phil Miller, Phil Riccio, and Charlie Andrews.

Four Brother Knights, from St. Mary Huntley Council 11666 completed their Fourth Degree Exemplification on Saturday, April 13, at the Marriott Resort in Lincolnshire.  Congratulations to Brothers Charlie Andrews, Phil Miller, Phil Riccio, and Anthony Santerelli.

Jerry O’Sullivan Knight of the Month – January 2013

At the January meeting of the St. Mary of Huntley Knights of Columbus Council #11666, the trustees selected Jerry O’Sullivan Knight of the Month.  Their selection recognizes his work making the council’s 2013 Free Throw Championship a successful event for the boys and girls, ages 10-14, who participated in the event held January 12th at Centegra Healthbridge Fitness in Huntley.

Jerry was the co-Chairman of the event and also assumed the responsibility of coordinating with the parents of the council champions of the individual age brackets for participation at the district level competition held at St. Margaret Mary School Gym on Saturday, February 16th.

Brad Lauinger Knight of the Month December 2012

At the December meeting of the St. Mary of Huntley Knights of Columbus Council #11666, the trustees selected Brad Lauinger as Knight of the Month for December 2012 recognizing his efforts arranging the Council Family Christmas Party.  Brad, as host for the council, made sure the 100 plus council family members had a great time, especially the youngsters who enjoyed having Santa visit the party and pass out gifts.  During the evening, Brad also made time for everyone to focus on the true meaning of Christmas, the birth of the infant Jesus.

As Brad planned for the evening festivities, he insured there was a wide variety of food and treats by working with local business in the community as well as the Knight’s families who brought food to compliment the main course.  Also, Brad arranged to have members of the St. Mary of Huntley Choir to lead the record number of attendees in singing Christmas Carols to get everyone in the Christmas Spirit.

Dave Parmer Knight of the Month for November 2012

At the November meeting of the St. Mary of Huntley Knights of Columbus Council #11666, the trustees selected Sir Knight Dave Parmer as Knight of the Month recognizing his efforts coordinating the parking lot fund raising operation at the Old St. Mary’s Church parking lot during the annual festival held in Huntley the Wednesday before Thanksgiving Day.

Parking close to the site of this activity was at a premium and Dave coordinated efforts of the Knights of Columbus to provide parking for those coming to the Village of Huntley for this activity.  The funds raised are used to support the many local charitable activities sponsored by the St. Mary of Huntley Knights of Columbus Council #11666.

ST. MARY OF HUNTLEY KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL RECEIVES STAR COUNCIL AWARD FROM ILLINOIS STATE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL

 

 

 

Immediate Past Grand Knight Bill Byrne (left) receives Star Council Award from present Grand Knight Dan Quirk

The St. Mary of Huntley Knights of Columbus Council #11666 has earned the distinction of Star Council for the 2011-2012 fraternal year.

The organization’s headquarters, located in New Haven, Connecticut, made the announcement.  The award recognizes overall excellence in the areas of membership, recruitment and retention, promotion of the fraternal insurance program and sponsorship of service oriented activities.

“Receiving the Star Council Award is quite an honor for us.  We’re extremely proud of this accomplishment,” proclaimed Past Grand Knight Bill Byrne, under whose leadership the council qualified for this award.

SK Gary Radaszewski and SK Don Moore, Knights of the Month September 2012

 

SK Gary Radaszewski and SK Don Moore

At the September meeting of the St. Mary of Huntley Knights of Columbus Council # 11666, the trustees selected Don Moore and Gary Radaszewski as Knights of the Month for September 2012, recognizing their efforts coordinating the council’s 2012 Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Members of the Knights of Columbus do a great deal to assist people with intellectual disabilities.  The Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities is one of the most popular programs conducted by Knights of Columbus state and local councils.  The campaign is a fund raiser in which councils collect donations outside stores and on street corners, usually in the fall of each year.  According to Don Moore, “The generosity and enthusiasm of those making donations was remarkable considering the current financial challenges everyone faces as a result of our nation’s economy.”