St. Hubert Cub Scouts serve our community at the pancake breakfast!
Dear Brother Knight,
Hurricane Michael made landfall as the fourth strongest hurricane ever to hit the U.S. It left a path of devastation in Florida, Georgia, Alabama and the Carolinas that will take years to rebuild.
But before the rebuild can begin, relief is needed. Many have stepped forward in making a gift in response to our last email, but the need is still great.
With your help, we will provide the affected individuals and families the relief they desperately need. Your donation will allow us to continue working with local brother Knights and relief groups throughout the affected area to reach as many people in need as possible.
And with 100 percent of your donation going directly to relief efforts, you know your gift will make a big difference.
Please join the effort and DONATE TODAY.
Dear Brother Knights,
Thanks to your generous support, the Knights of Columbus has already contributed more than $27,220 toward disaster relief along the eastern seaboard.
But donating isn’t the only way you can help.
Help spread the word by sharing our social media posts on Facebook or Twitter. Share this Disaster Relief flyer via email or social media. You can also print it and distribute copies to your community and parish.
Sharing these links will cost no more than a few seconds of your time, but they can make all the difference in the life of another.
Please spread the word as we keep the East Coast in our prayers.
In a disaster area? Visit kofc.org/prepare to learn how councils should respond.
From GK David Steehler:
Brothers first a big thank you to Tom and Ruth for buying and organizing the food and beverages. Thanks to John Newman and Brian Klein for helping to set up and clean up and Mike C . for organizing the kids games. Since people were coming ang going I didn’t get an exact count but at one time John counted 33 adults and children. Father Tollefson was able to attend and lead us in grace. We didn’t have much food left but we’re well stocked for refreshments for our upcoming meetings.
Jim Nistler and 4th Degree Honor Guard at his and Jennie's wedding July 7, 2018
Four members of Council 10031 make their 4th Degree July 28, 2018.
Congratulations to all our Award Winners from the Knights of Columbus Council 10031 and thank you for making our village/community worthy of our parish, our parish worthy of our families, and our families worthy of our children.
This year the Knights honored 21 award winners in five categories as follows: Community Family - Cathy Johnson, Right to Life Volunteer Coordinator; Sue Valiton, Feed the Kids - Haiti; Jeff Recher, Cub Scout Leader Pack 330, St. Huberts; Mother Mary Claire, Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus, New Ulm. Parish Family - Pat Dolejsi, Hospitality Coordinator; Mary Yazbec, Religion Teacher, SHS Vocations Trip; Bob Heinrich, FMSC director, volunteer SHS Vocations Trip; Father Bruno Nwachukwu, Assistant Pastor, KC Chaplin, SHS Vocations Trip Organizer. Ministry Family - Tiffany Gerken, GROW Ministry; Dave Hoffman, Men's Ministry; Andrew Engesse, Youth Ministry Leader; Abigail Rome, Youth Ministry Leader. Vocations Family - Paul Hedman, Teaching Seminarian; Kyle Etzel, Parish Seminarian; Paul DiFuccia, Parish Seminarian, fall 2018. Teaching Family - David Talty and John Lunger Net Team teachers in training; Erin Offerdahl, 2018 Recipient of the Minnesota Independent School Forum (MISF) Excellence in Teaching Award Grades K-8. High School Scholarship Award Winners - Sam Monk and Elizabeth Guggemos. Knight of the Year Award - Larry Pfaff; Knight Family of the Year Award - Jerret and Sara Coon Family.
The Council would especially like to thank Father Bruno Nwachukwu who is leaving us after three years as our Chaplin. He has served the St. Hubert Parish and our Council faithfully and will always remain in our hearts. We will miss you dearly Father Bruno.