GlenAndJoleneCamley"We live to be of great hope to others, bringing forth faith and the love of God. If in the ripple of time, we make one small NHLogo 2018 300x300move that influences a better outcome for "the one" or "the many", then we have succeeded in what He has called for us to do ... to bring change and hope to others who have none in their lives. For, in God ... there is always hope!"

Let me welcome you to the Knights of Columbus, New Hampshire State Council website.

We are a vibrant state council that was chartered in 1892. Celebrating over 125 years of service to the citizens of our New Hampshire communities, we have grown to more than 7,000 members in 21 districts comprised of 69 active councils. Our mission is to serve our church, our community, our families, our country and those in need. This mission reflects the vision of our founder, the Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney, that is based on charity, unity and fraternity. These are the principles of our Order.

Father McGivney founded the Knights of Columbus 136 years ago to support its members in their faith, provide support for their families and to direct their charity to the Church and the needs of the less fortunate.

I encourage you to review the information within this website and discover the many service and charitable programs and activities offered by the New Hampshire State Council.

It is my sincere hope that you will gain an understanding of who we are and what we do, and that you will become inspired to join us in our mission of service.

On behalf of my fellow State Officers, our wives and our Brother Knights from throughout the New Hampshire State Council, we welcome you with open arms.

Please click on Contact Us above for more information.
Fraternally,

Glenn P. Camley
New Hampshire State Deputy

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New Hampshire State Council Knights of Columbus
Fall Quarterly Meeting Notice
Sunday, October 21, 2018

About the Meeting: I am pleased to announce the 2018 Fall Quarterly Meeting, to be held on Sunday, October 21, 2018 being hosted by Knights of Columbus, Exeter Council #2179. Meeting location St. Michael Parish, 9 Lincoln Street, Exeter, NH 03833. Lunch will be offered by the host Council #2179. The cost of the meal is $8.00 per person. (MEAL TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON) Please contact Grand Knight, Mark Pittendreigh at 1(603)772-0991, or by e-mail at markpittendreigh [AT] gmail [DOT] com to make your meal reservation. RESERVATIONS CAN BE CALLED IN OR E-MAILED TO MARK UP AND UNTIL OCTOBER 14th.Lunch will be served from 12:00 noon to 12:4Spm. To insure proper food quantities, an advance head count is requested. All planning to attend the meal must notify the council. There will also be Mass at 09:00am and at 11:00am, at St. Michael's. Meeting: 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Attire: jacket, tie and jewel of office.

MAKE YOUR MEAL RESERVATIONS FOR YOU AND YOUR WIFE, NOW!!!

About Our Plan: After a few main reports, we will be holding "Breakout Sessions" at this meeting, to aid and assist Council Officers and members in managing areas of membership, programming and ceremonials as well as various additional areas to support your Councils success. THIS WILL BE A PLANNING MEETING!

About the Ladies Program: The Ladies of NH State Council have been busy working on the ladies events for the upcoming fraternal year. This program schedule is included in this notice. The event for this 2018 Quarterly Meeting is making "Fall Grapevine Wreaths", so please invite your wife to this meeting. Decorations will be provided, however, if you have a specific theme you want to follow, please bring those decorations. Ladies will NOT need to bring anything, as all supplies will be provided. However, have your wife RSVP Jolene Camley at (603) 674-5257 on or before October 14th 2018 so no one is left out of the activity.


Everyone is also asked to bring white or colored sport athletic socks to donate to charity. See attached flier for more information. In addition, there will be a raffle for a special Octoberfest Basket, to benefit the "Ladies Programs"


Fraternally,
Glenn
Glenn P. Camley State Deputy

pdficon smallSpare a Pair Sock Drive 2018 2019 updated 09/16/2018

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NHLogo 2018 SmallThe exemplification schedule for the Knighthood (3rd) Degree is finalized as follows:

2018-2019 Exemplification Schedule 
  Saturday
09/22/2018
Saturday
10/20/2018
Saturday
12/08/2018
Saturday
12/15/2018
Host Council 5260 Manchester 2179 Exeter Open 807 Dover
Location Our Lady of  the Cedars St. Michaels TBD St. Mary's
Host DD DD#6 Robert Garand  DD#11 Richard Collopy   DD#10 Paul McManus
 Saturday
01/26/2019
Saturday
03/09/2019
Saturday
04/13/2019
Saturday
05/18/2019
Host Council 506 Berlin 5112 Goffstown 13904 Nashua 819 Keene
Location St Ann's St. Lawrence's Immaculate Conception St. Joseph School
Host DD DD#14 Kevin Gilbride DD#6 Robert Garand DD#21 Dave Croteau DD#5 Steve Ruel

Each degree will be preceded by the exemplification of the Formation (2nd) Degree. It is highly recommended that all candidates are pre-registered for BOTH DEGREES with the Host District Deputy. Doing so will allow the host council to be prepared for the number of candidates and spectators. An opportunity to register candidates on the day of the degree will be offered on a limited basis.

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It is that time of the year to order your new shirt for this coming year. Please see the attached file for details. Please get your orders in by September 21st

If you have any questions to please email me or give me a call.

Please get your order in ASAP.

Ed McCann, PSD
State Executive Secretary

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FrMcGivney 002Vocations to the priesthood and religious life are very important to the Catholic Church and to our Order. We need priests to offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and to teach and lead us on the path to Jesus. Education costs are extremely high for the candidates to the priesthood and religious life. The NH State Council wants to assist these men and women with a special calling by providing financial support for their education.

The Penny-A-Knight-A-Day (PKD) program was established by the NH State Council at the October
2009 Quarterly Meeting. This program is voluntary and provides needed dollars to the NH State Council Vocations fund. This fund is used to support religious vocations to qualified candidates throughout the State of NH.

On an annual basis, the PKD program asks each Brother Knight to add an additional $3.65 (Penny-A- Knight-A-Day) to their annual council dues. The entire $3.65 would be deposited into the NH State Council Vocations fund and used for priests and religious.

HolyFamilyThe Supreme Council encourages every council to participate in the Order’s “Family of the Month” program. On the 15th day of each month, 100 Family of the Month reporting forms are randomly selected and the families chosen receive a Holy Family plaque.

Councils must submit Form 1993A for the Family of the Month to enter the council’s Family of the Month into the monthly drawing. The completed Family of the Month form is submitted to Supreme Council Department of Fraternal Services (email fraternalmission [AT] kofc [DOT] org) and the State Deputy.

Family of the Month Form 1993A

Silent Auction Items

  • Silent Auction Item 1
    Silent Auction Item 1

    Aberlour Scotch Whiskey
    Donated By: 
    Value: $100.00

  • Silent Auction Item 2
    Silent Auction Item 2

    Diffuser Set
    Value $25

  • Silent Auction Item 3
    Silent Auction Item 3

    Wine/Chocolate/Snack Basket
    Value $35

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