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At least a dozen Knights prepared and cooked a spaghetti dinner for about 600 people on September 17th. The annual fundraiser for the county's food pantry netted over $8,800 which amounts to over 10% of its annual thanks to sauce chef Joe LaFauci and pasta expert Tim Bair.
Brother Joe Kemp was awarded Honorary Membership during the September council meeting.
Members who have attained the actual age of 65 years and who have been members of the Order for 25 consecutive years shall be designated as honorary members.
The honorary member is exempt from general fund charges, except payment of an amount equal to the sum of Supreme Council assessments and the annual levies of the state council.
The honorary membership distinction includes a plastic membership card.
Congratulations, Brother Joe!
Brother William Kemple was awarded Honorary Life Membership during the September council meeting.
Members who have attained the actual age of 70 years and who have been members of the Order for 25 consecutive years, and those who have been members of the Order for 50 consecutive years, regardless of age, shall be designated as honorary life members.
Honorary Life members are exempt from further payment of dues, per capita charges and assessments. No Supreme or state council assessments are levied against them.
The Honorary Life membership distinction includes a plastic, permanent membership card
Congratulations, Brother William!
Philadelphia, PA was the host city for this year’s Supreme Convention held from August 4-6 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel.
Gérald Cyprien Cardinal Lacroix, Archbishop of Quebec, gave the States Dinner Invocation followed by Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson’s State Dinner Address. In his opening remarks, the Supreme Knight highlighted the coincidence that while this year’s convention was held in such a historical and meaningful city, “there is no better city in which to recall that we are endowed by our creator with life and liberty”.