The Formation and Knighthood Degrees will be exemplified on August 17, 2019 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 8650 N Shannon Road in Tucson. Registration and sign-in is from 9:00 – 9:45 and the degrees begin at 10:00. A lunch will be served after the degrees (optional $7 cost).
Please contact GK Dave Chohon 520-539-5528 or email@example.com and copy DD Ben Jimenez 520-904-0524 or firstname.lastname@example.org with the number attending as candidates and observers by August 14.
Each year, councils should submit the Chapter Delegate registration form to update their delegates and alternated to the chapter. Each council is entitled to three delegates and three alternates. A fillable form is available under the About Us menu under Forms.
The next exemplification of the Formation and Knighthood Degrees in our area will be on June 22, 2019 at St. Rita in the Desert Parish, 13260 E Colossal Cave Rd., Vail, AZ. Registration is from 9:00 AM to 9:45 and the degrees start at 10:00. A light lunch will be served after the Knighthood Degree. Candidate fee is $10 payable at the door. Optional lunch is $7.00. The host council is St. Rita in the Desert Council 14230.
The Diocese of Tucson is planning a series of week-long retreats for young people called Prayer & Action, A Call to Serve, A Call to Love. Click the image for more information and a downloadable PDF registration form.
The Frank J. Perri Memorial Degree Team needs additional team members. We perform the Formation (or Second) Degree and are in immediate need of Knights who are interested in helping their Brother Knights to advance in their knowledge of what we are and what we stand for.
The team performs an average of six times per year and some travel is needed. Degree work is fun and very rewarding – ask anyone who is involved.
If you have ever had a desire to perform as a team member, now is the time. Contact Staff Coordinator Pete Karculias at email@example.com and let him know.
Noelle Mary Alicia Salgado is an American Heritage Girls member. She is seeking to be the first in her troop to win this award.
American Heritage Girls is a Christ-centered character and leadership development program for girls 5 to 18 years of age. AHG is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family community and country.
The project she has selected is challenging: updating and improving the patio area at Holy Family Church. The grounds are deteriorated and in need of repair and improvement.
You can view her presentation to our Chapter meeting here: