FR. WELCH 100 RAFFLE
The ninth drawing for the Fr. Welch 100 Raffle was held Thursday, March 5, 2020, and the two $25 winning tickets numbers were 004 held by Edward Taylor and 085 held by Wayne Steinhause. Congratulations Edward and Wayne!
We currently have 64 tickets sold but if anyone else, wishes to purchase a ticket you may. You still have 4 chances to win a total of $550 and your admission to the finial drawing night event on April 18, 2020.
COMPETITION CHAMPIONS ANNOUNCEMENT
FR. WILLIAM F. WELCH COUNCIL No. 11756
OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS SPONSORED YOUTH FREE THROW CHAMPIONSHIP
Eight boys and girls from Fort Gratiot Township, Marysville and Port Huron ages 9 to 14, stepped to the line and gave it their best shot as they competed in the first stage of the 2020 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship. Each has earned the right to compete at the district level. Fr. William F. Welch Council No. 11756 in Port Huron sponsored the local competition in the St. Mary/McCormick Catholic Academy’s Gym on January 26th. All youngsters ages 9 to 14 were eligible to participate.
The 9-year-old girl’s division was won by Cara Hill, Ethan Oswald was the 9 year-old boys champion, the 10 year-old boy’s champion was Carter Alderdyce, the 12-year-old girl’s division was won by Olivia Hill and the 12-year-old boy’s Champion was Owen Hill. Each contestant was allowed 15 free-throw attempts in the contests.
The winners will compete in the district competition with an eye toward moving on to the regional, state and international levels.
THEY STEPPED UP TO THE LINE AND
GAVE IT THEIR BEST SHOT!
St. Mary Parish Knights of Columbus,
Fr. William F. Welch Council No. 11756
The Knights of Columbus is a men’s organization focused on prayer and fraternity among its members. The Knights are also an organization which prides itself in serving, helping and supporting local communities. The Knights join men together for a common cause based on our Catholic faith.
We are a family oriented Catholic Fraternal Society open to practical Catholic men age 18 and over. We are one of over 13,000 councils comprising over 1.7 million members world-wide.
We are in need of Catholic men and their families who want to put their faith into action by performing works of charity. Some of our activities include: fish fries, pancake breakfasts, a tootsie roll drive for the mentally impaired, and helping with Festival of Trees.
No training required. Members should be willing to serve others and be involved in Church and community projects with a positive attitude.