Bingo is played on Sundays between Labor Day and Memorial Day, and also the last Friday of each month at 7 pm.
BINGO RESUMES SEPT 11TH 2016 WITH A JACKPOT OF $2015
Knights Help Fund Louisiana Flood Victims
"thanks to the generosity of our members, we have been able to contribute more than $260,000 to the local diocese and State Council to assist with relief work and supplies."
The Knights of Columbus has taken a leadership role in assisting those affected by flooding in Louisiana. So far, thanks to the generosity of our members, we have been able to contribute more than $260,000 to the local diocese and State Council to assist with relief work and supplies.
However, much needs to be done to assist with the long, hard recovery ahead. Your continued support can make a vital difference in healing the lives of those affected.
Contributions can be made online at www.kofc.org/flood. Donations can also be sent via check or money order. For more information, click here.
Remember, 100 percent of all donations collected by Knights of Columbus Charities Inc. will be used for disaster relief. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
KC Bingo "Springs" Jackpot of $2526.50
Knowledge Contest Winners
Congratulations to Diane! Our latest jackpot winner took home $3192.00 on Sunday January 3rd.
Family of the Year Award 2015
Knight of the Year Award 2015
Scholarships Awarded to High School Seniors
Council #2845 awarded three college scholarships of $750 each to Dane Buchman, Leah Blader, and Erin Earley. Presenting the scholarships is Grand Knight Jeff Williams.
Flag Dedication set for September 9 at 6:15 pm
The new lighted flagpole installation at the New Richmond Knights of Columbus Hall is completed. A dedication by the American Legion and Fourth Degree Assembly, along with the members of Council #2845 will take place on Tuesday September 9th at 6:15 pm. The public is welcome.
New Richmond Knights Donate $3,500 to Salvation Army Grace Place
New Richmond Council #2845 recently made a $3500 donation to the Salvation Army Grace Place homeless shelter, which is in the process of relocating to New Richmond. Pictured are Paul Mayer, Grace Place Campaign chair, Duana Bremer, Salvation Army, Grand Knight Jeff Williams, and KC member Randy Calleja, a longtime advocate and supporter of Grace Place.
Food Shelf Donation
Fish Fry Highlights
First Responder Appreciation Dinner
The New Richmond Council #2845 held an appreciation dinner for all New Richmond area Ambulance, New Richmond Fire & Rescue, and New Richmond Police Departments. Attendees were treated to a complimentary dinner & social, and also heard a presentation from author and humorist Michael Perry. Mr. Perry, who is a firefighter and EMT himself, is a New York Times best selling author and frequent host of "Temt Show Radio" on the Wisconsin Public Radio networks. He is well known for his books "Population 485: Meeting Your Neighbors One Siren at a Time", "Truck: A Love Story", "Coop", and "Visiting Tom".
Officer Installation: Father James Brinkman - Chaplain, Jeff Williams - Deputy Grand Knight, Don Schoenherr - Grand Knight, Father Leonard Fraher, Jerry Frey - Lecturer. Back Row L-R: Doug Mills - Advocate, Vince Kaiser - Trustee, Pat Earley - Financial Secretary, Pat Becker - Treasurer, John Bonneprise - District Deputy. Missing: Tony Kilian-Chancellor, Matt Rominski-Recorder, Mark Casey-Inside Guard, Eric Becker-Outside Guard, John Jarchow-Trustee, Bill Stacken-Trustee