The tenth drawing for the Fr. Welch 100 Raffle was held Thursday, April 2, 2020,

and the two $25 winning tickets numbers were 069 held by John Derler and 034 held by

Val Kraft. Congratulations John and Val!

The final drawing for the Fr. Welch 100 Raffle was held Saturday, April 18, 2020.

The $50 winner was Debbie Stein, the $150 winner was John Derer and the $300 winner

was Robert Kovach. Congratulations Debbie, John and Bob!

Later that evening dinner was scheduled for Fr. Welch 100 Raffle Celebration

Evening at The Voyageur Restaurant in St. Clair, but since restaurants were not open to

the public it was not held. Hopefully the state will reopen soon so that they can issue a

license number for next year’s raffle, the first drawing is scheduled for August 6, 2020.

When the license is issued tickets will be printed and current number holders will be

given first opportunity to purchase the numbers they held for the 2019-20 raffle.

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.

St. Mary Catholic Community

1505 Ballentine Street

Port Huron, MI 48060


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