Knights of the St. Mary Star of the Sea roundtable pitched in to help trim, weed, mulch, paint and power-wash around the church and rector at St. Mary Star of the Sea. Grand Knight Bill Moore and knights Dusty Rhodes and Earl Holben lent their hands to the tasks along with several parishioners.
Council 511 held a fraternal benefits night co-hosted by the council and field agent Danny Diaz. A pasta dinner was served and fellowship was had among two-dozen knights, family members and prospective knights, and one candidate was recruited. Danny presented the history of the order and described many of the fraternal benefits available to knights.
The Knights of Council 511 were out in force supporting the Harvest Fair, on October 11th. Council members helped with setup, cleanup, entertainment and, of course, as grill masters! The grill brought in over $500 for the parish and was well attended — we cooked nearly everything we had! Kudos to Rich Baker, Bill & Billy Dropski, Bill Meidenbauer, Mike Speciale, Mike Araojo, Art Kelly, Don Sandford, Bill Moore, Larry Spence, Omar Waldon, and all who came out to help us make the event enjoyable for parishoners and neighbors alike.
As the opening event of the 2014 Harvest Fair, Council 511 hosted a first-ever Clambake in Cordier Hall. Over 100 people attended and enjoyed a Chesapeake feast of steamed Clams, Shrimp, Mussels, Corn, Potatoes and Sausage. The event raised over $700 for the parish and started the Harvest Fair off with a bang! Many members of the council were critical to making this event a success, especially Art Kelly, Bill Moore, Bob Curtain, Mike Foley and Ritchie Fierros. A big thanks to Carmen Torres-Nisbet for taking charge of the food line — we’ll be smoother next year!
The Brothers of Council 511 organized a Rosary Crusade for Life at St. Joseph’s Church on October 5, 2014. After a corporate communion at the Noon mass, the council assembled at the memorial for the unborn in Mary’s garden behind Cordier Hall.
Escorted by two JFK Assembly members (Bill Dropski and Brian Costello), Omar Waldon carried the statue of Mary from station to station as members of the Council (Bill Moore, Mike Henry, Rich Baker, Joe Caruso and Mike Araojo) led the prayer. Continue reading