Estimated Bingo Jackpot for Friday, April 26th is $2900.00
Bingo is played on Sundays between Labor Day and Memorial Day, and also the last Friday of each month at 7 pm.
NR Millers to Honor Vernon Conrad
The New Richmond Millers will be honoring longtime fan Vernon Conrad with a picnic table to be installed at Citizen's Field, home of the Millers. Vernon was an avid fan of all local sports, and especially the town baseball team. Pictured is K of C member Ed Zimmerman presenting $100 donated in Vernon's name to Millers manager Ryan Stephens.
New Richmond Chamber Honors Knights with Non-Profit of the Year Award
The Knights of Columbus were named the 2018 Non-Profit of the Year during the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce annual meeting and awards gala on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at R&D Catering in New Richmond. From left: Pat Becker-Treasurer, Pat Earley-Financial Secretary, Shawn Fox-Field Agent, Fr. John Anderson-Chaplain, Ed Zimmerman-Guard, and Doug Mills-Grand Knight.
Laney Wins $4320.50 Progressive Jackpot
Three College Scholarships Awarded
The annual St. Patrick's Day mass held at St. Patrick's Church in Erin is a special event. This year we were honored with the presence of Bishop James Powers, Rev. James Brinkman, Rev. John Anderson, and Deacon Mel Riel. Providing the honor guard were members of the Lawrence P. Gherty Assembly #1947. Ed Zimmerman, Al Lingen, Mark Casey, John Gushue , and Tony Kilian.
Columbus Dinner and Awards Highlights
Jackpot Winner: $3303.50
Memorial Dedication at St. Patrick of Erin
Donation to Northern Wisconsin Tornado Victims
New Richmond Council Treasurer Pat Becker delivered a $500 check to the victims of the May tornado in the northern Wisconsin area of Cameron/Chetek. Pictured with Pat is the Grand Knight of Barron Council #7022 who was on hand helping to direct volunteers in Cameron.
State Convention Highlights
Amy wins progressive jackpot of $2,699.00
75th Anniversary Highlights
"Let us carry her smile in our hearts and give it to those whom we meet along our journey,
especially those who suffer,"
especially those who suffer,"
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.
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.