Grand Knights Message
November 2017
Matt Kuczinski
, Grand Knight
Henry Stolzenthaler Council No. 1675
Knights of Columbus
100 Kreischer Street
Staten Island, NY 10307
"In Service to One, In Service to All"
Dear Brother Knights, Sister Columbiettes, Families and Friends,

We are now through October and I do not know where 2017 went but soon we will be sitting with our families enjoying turkey and all the trimmings and looking forward to the upcoming Christmas Holidays. As we approach these precious times and events in our life take the time to look back and really be thankful for what we have and what we have been given in life. In October we actually had to argue over what we should do with Columbus Day and I am not sure what direction this world is going to take us but family is the one thing that we keep so take that time and enjoy it. In the month of October we were busy as usual and Italian Night was a huge success and I would like to thank the Fyfe family and the Perrone family for doing such a terrific job. The Knights of the month for September and October were Dominick Scotto and Sal Miccuilla and they are 2 Knights that give of themselves tirelessly and I thank them for all they do. The first degree in October was dedicated to Father Patrick Anthony and we are truly blessed having him as the Chaplain of the Stolzenthaler Council. On November 3rd we will be holding a Friday night dinner in the hall sponsored by the Knights and the Columbiettes and the cost will be 25.00 for a home cooked pasta and meatball dinner with all the trimmings with all proceeds going to hurricane relief so we hope to pack the place. See inside the bulletin for further details and call Matt Kuczinski or Pat Valerio for reservations. Save the date for Polish Night which will be held on January 27, 2018 and see the bulletin for upcoming events in December and January. Our annual memorial mass on Thanksgiving Day will be at 9am at St. Josephs followed by the prayers at the graveside of our Founder, Henry J. Stolzenthaler. Last but not least I would like to big a huge shoutout to the NY Yankees for making it interesting. God bless you all and Vivat Jesus.!

Fraternally yours,

Matt Kuczinski GK