2021 Update

Things have been slow going for us here this year as our activities are still limited. We are once again able to conduct our meetings in the parish hall and have some events planned, including Keep Christ in Christmas posters and the free throw competition, Deputy Grand Knight Chris Treichel is putting those together.  Knights drive foodstuffs over to Discover Burien at Sunnydale for their charity meals, and have been making collections at masses for things such as hurricane relief and help to Haiti. Our charitable focus this year is RSVP (seminarian support) which is an annual program, and the Cor Christi fund for the new McGivney center in Spokane at Bishop White. We are planning on holding a digital fundraiser as of now.

Our council is currently presenting a resolution to accept a merger of the dormant St. Bernadette council in White Center back into ours. This should be taking place soon, and any members there are welcome to join ours.

The photo above is Grand Knight Michael Myers accepting a plaque with the Columbian and Founder’s Award for the 2019 (pre-covid) fraternal year from District Deputy Paul Morel. A slight delay, but GK is still proud to receive it. Note the Kraken gear. Go Kraken!

We are looking forward to whatever God has planned for our council this year even if it may not be much. Stay tuned as our events come back.

Virtual March for Life 2021

Due to the pandemic, the March for Life in Washington DC will be held virtually this year beginning at 9am Pacific Time, January 29.

Follow the link here to register.

Following at 4pm will commence the Rose Dinner Gala where Supreme Knight Carl Anderson will be honored with the 2021 Pro-Life Legacy Award. Athlete Tim Tebow will be a guest speaker.

The link to that is here, you may attend free of charge by entering the code 21RoseDinnerTICKET.

If you cannot attend, please join us in solidarity with prayer for this event.

St. Vincent de Paul & K of C Upcoming Food/Clothing Collection

The afternoon of Tuesday, September 8, from 3:30-4:30pm there will be a collection of food and select living items in the St. Francis parking lot. Brother Kevin Schilling has coordinated this effort with St. Vincent de Paul and our council for needy families in the area. The donations will be taken to Discover Burien to be distributed.

In addition to food, our neighbors-in-need require socks and shoes in preparation for fall/winter.  These can be any size, but mostly for adults who require them during the cold months.  Tarps, sleeping bags, and blankets are other wants. No matter what you’re able to donate, it will be of great assistance!