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					                                                       Council 5618                                 Our Grand Knight’s 10th Letter to the Council
                                                                         April 2013                 By Worthy Grand Knight, David Foret
                                                                                                                     My Brother Knights,
                                                                                                                     Spring is here! Let us not forget all the good things that have happened to us, our
                                                                                                                     families, and our Council over this past winter season. I thank God for the many
                                                                                                                     blessings bestowed on me and my family and I’m sure you have done the same for
                                                                                                                     you and your families. The council activities have been very successful and have
                                                                                                                     brought us all closer together. We have had new members advance through the
                                                                                                                     Degree Process in rapid fashion. We have celebrated the lessons of CHARITY,
                                                                                                                     UNITY, and FRATURNITY together. I hope and pray that we will continue to do so
                                                                                                                     in the future. I read a little story the other day and want to share it with you. Please
                                                                                                    don’t think badly of me but I really liked this story and shared it with my grandkids.
                            Bishop Thomas J. Grady Council 5618, Altamonte Springs FL




                                                                                                    The name of this story is “IT’S WHAT YOU SCATTER”. I hope we all take the moral of the story to
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Bishop Thomas J. Grady Council 5618, Altamonte Springs FL




                                                                                                    heart:
                                                                                                    I was at the corner grocery store buying some early potatoes. I noticed a small boy, delicate of bone
                                                                                                    and feature, ragged but clean, hungrily appraising a basket of freshly picked green peas.
                                                                                                    I paid for my potatoes but was also drawn to the display of fresh green peas. I am a pushover for
                                                                                                    creamed peas and new potatoes. Pondering the peas, I couldn't help overhearing the conversation
                                                                                                    between Mr. Miller (the store owner) and the ragged boy next to me. 'Hello Barry, how are you
                                                                                                    today?' 'H'lo, Mr. Miller. Fine, thank ya. Jus' admirin' them peas. They sure look good'. 'They are
                                                                                                    good, Barry. How's your Ma?' 'Fine. Gittin' stronger alla' time.' 'Good. Anything I can help you with?'
                                                                                                    'No, Sir. Jus' admirin' them peas.' 'Would you like to take some home?' asked Mr. Miller. 'No, Sir.
                                                                                                    Got nuthin' to pay for 'em with.' 'Well, what have you to trade me for some of those peas?' 'All I got's
                                                                                                    my prize marble here.' 'Is that right? Let me see it', said Miller. 'Here 'tis. She's a dandy.' 'I can see
                                                                                                    that. Hmm mmm, only thing is this one is blue and I sort of go for red. Do you have a red one like
                                                                                                    this at home?' the store owner asked. 'Not zackley but almost.' 'Tell you what. Take this sack of
                                                                                                    peas home with you and next trip this way let me look at that red marble'. Mr. Miller told the boy.
                                                                                                    'Sure will. Thanks Mr. Miller.'
                                                                                                    Mrs. Miller, who had been standing nearby, came over to help me. With a smile she said, 'There are
                                                                                                    two other boys like him in our community, all three are in very poor circumstances. Jim just loves to
                                                                                                    bargain with them for peas, apples, tomatoes, or whatever. When they come back with their red
                                                                                                    marbles, and they always do, he decides he doesn't like red after all and he sends them home with
                                                                                                    a bag of produce for a green marble or an orange one when they come on their next trip to the
                                                                                                    store.' I left the store smiling to myself, impressed with this man. (Continued on page 2)


                                                                                                                                                  Important Dates:
                                                                                                     Inside This Issue:                          Tue Apr 9 – Council Business Meeting 7:30 pm
                                                                                                     Our Chaplain’s Message                 2
                                                                                                                                                 Sat/Sun Apr 13/14 – SMM Time & Talent
                                                                                                     Upcoming events & calendar           3 - 4  Tue Apr 16 – Deceased Brothers Mass 7:00 pm
                                                                                           The




                                                                                                                                            5    Sun Apr 21 – Conversion in the Year of Faith
                                                                                                     Congratulations New Knights
                                                                                                                                                 Tue Apr 23 – Honor Altar Servers 7:30 pm
                                                                                                     Bishop’s Rosary Procession             6    Wed Apr 24 – Feed the homeless 5:30 pm
                                                                                                     Fish Fry Dinners                       7    Thu Apr 25 – May Pinta Log Content Deadline
                                                                                                                                                 Sat Apr 27 – Tootsie Roll Drive 10 am -2 pm
                                                                                                     April Birthdays                        8
                                                                                                                                                 Sat May 4 – Family Picnic
                                                                                                     Insurance Agent’s Corner               8    Tue May 14 – Council Business Meeting 7:30 pm
                                                                                                     Knights Ads for Knights             10 -11  Sat May 18 – Tootsie Roll Drive 9 am -3 pm
                                                                                                                                                 Sun May 19 – Corporate Communion Mass -8 am

                                                                                                                                                Pinta Log Staff
                                                                                                     Editor: Tom Przybyla                                                      Proofer: Faith Przybyla
                                                                                                     Photo Contributors: Roger Copeland, Mario Fernandes
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Our Grand Knight’s 10th Letter to the Council Continued
A short time later I moved to Colorado , but I never forgot the story of this man, the boys, and their bartering for marbles.
Several years went by, each more rapid than the previous one. Just recently I had occasion to visit some old friends in that Idaho
community and while I was there learned that Mr. Miller had died. They were having his visitation that evening and knowing my
friends wanted to go, I agreed to accompany them. Upon arrival at the mortuary we fell into line to meet the relatives of the de-
ceased and to offer whatever words of comfort we could.
Ahead of us in line were three young men. One was in an army uniform and the other two wore nice haircuts, dark suits and white
shirts—all very professional looking. They approached Mrs. Miller, standing composed and smiling by her husband's casket. Each
of the young men hugged her, kissed her on the cheek, spoke briefly with her and moved on to the casket. Her misty light blue
eyes followed them as, one by one; each young man stopped briefly and placed his own warm hand over the cold pale hand in the
casket. Each left the mortuary awkwardly, wiping his eyes.
Our turn came to meet Mrs. Miller. I told her who I was and reminded her of the story from those many years ago and what she
had told me about her husband's bartering for marbles. With her eyes glistening, she took my hand and led me to the casket.
'Those three young men who just left were the boys I told you about. They just told me how they appreciated the things Jim
'traded' them. Now, at last, when Jim could not change his mind about color or size — they came to pay their debt.' 'We've never
had a great deal of the wealth of this world,' she confided, 'but right now, Jim would consider himself the richest man in Idaho.'
With loving gentleness she lifted the lifeless fingers of her deceased husband. Resting underneath were three exquisitely shiny
red marbles.
The Moral: We will not be remembered by our words, but by our kind deeds. Life is not measured by the breaths we take, but by
the moments that take our breath. Today I wish you a day of ordinary miracles ~ A fresh pot of coffee you didn't make yourself; an
unexpected phone call from an old friend; green stoplights on your way to work; the fastest line at the grocery store; a good sing-
along song on the radio or your keys found right where you left them.


Our Chaplain’s Message                                                                               By Monsignor Ed Thompson
                                       Holy Smoke! Holy White Smoke! We have a Pope! Pope Francis I
                       The new Pope’s entrance hymn may turn out to be “Don’t cry for me, Argentina”.
                       To the new Pope, I swear my obedience, my cooperation and my loyalty. I know that you do too.
                       We Knights of Columbus are the “Troops of the Pope”. We look forward to Pope Francis
                       giving our marching orders. Whatever he wants us to do, we will do. The Pope is the visible vicar
                       of Christ on earth. In matters of faith and morals, he is our divinely chosen leader.
                       Give our new Holy Father your prayers. Say one Hail Mary a day for his intentions. It worked
                       when the Angel Gabriel said “Hail full of grace” to Mary. It can work for our new Pope!
                                     Alleluia! Happy Easter!                          Father Ed, Chaplain


The      Pinta Log Calendar                                                                                    From the Editor
 April showers bring May flowers.
  Happy Easter to you and your family!
 Check our Council’s website for up-to-the
  -minute information on new events or
  changes to scheduled events. Add the
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  access.
 If you have a story you would like to be
  considered for inclusion in The Pinta
  Log, please submit the article by
  email: przybytw@cfl.rr.com. The
  content deadline for the May edition is
  Thursday, April 25, 2013.
  Submission does not guarantee your article will be
  published.




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Council Business Meeting - Tue April 9
                       Please attend our next business meeting; we would love to see you there! Get involved with our active
                       Council. As Father Ed says, “An active Knight is a happy Knight…and a holy Knight!” Participate in our fra-
                       ternal meeting and be united with your Brother Knights. Come listen to Father Ed’s teachings on the Year of
                       Faith. Refreshments will be served! Try your chance to win the 50/50 raffle! If you have not been to a meet-
                       ing in a while, we would love to see you again!


SMM Time & Talent Festival - Sat/Sun April 13 & 14
                                                          We need your help to man our Council’s booth at this year’s Time & Talent
                                                          Festival which will be held after all masses on April 13 and 14. Sign up at our
                                                          next business meeting on April 9.


Deceased Brothers Mass - Tue April 16                                                                         By David Weisman
             A Deceased Brothers Mass will be held on Tuesday, April 16th in the SMM Chapel at 7:00pm. There will
             be a reception in the Mother Teresa Room (Lavender Room) immediately following the Mass . We will
             be remembering and honoring six of our brothers at this Mass. Please plan on attending and showing
             your support for the friends and family members of these deceased Brother Knights.


Conversion in the Year of Faith - Sun April 21                                                                 By Larry Scotchie
Please put this on your calendar. It is sponsored by the Orlando Diocese and features a Knights of
Columbus speaker. Attending this event qualifies for the "5-Star Prolife Award" for next year.
Please RSVP by April 10th.




Honor Altar Servers Social Meeting - Tue April 23
            We will be honoring our SMM Altar Servers at our next social meeting on Tuesday, April 23. Please join
            us in Annex Room 7 at 7:30 pm to celebrate our Altar Servers and let them know how much we
            appreciate them. Refreshments will be served!


Feed the Hungry - Wed April 24                                                                                  By Heiner Moers
Join me on the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Coalition for the Homeless in downtown Orlando
to help serve a hot nutritious meal to very hungry men, women and children. Bring your wives or friends to
help serve the meals, drinks and desserts. The Coalition for the Homeless has made some changes to
our service hours which will be as follows:
 On even months (February, April, June, August, October and December) we will serve the men’s section
  at 7:00 PM.
 On odd months (January, March, May, July, September and November) we will serve the women/
  children section at 6:00 PM.
               We are expected to be present at least half an hour early. Serving should finish within 45 minutes and there
               are no clean up jobs to do. Just serve and be joyous!
                       I can always use more help with this council project. To join my team, call me at (407) 740-7647. Or send me
                       an email if you want to participate: heinermoers@yahoo.com. Or, you can just show up at the Coalition.
                       The Coalition for the Homeless is located at 639 W. Central Blvd in Orlando (located between Terry Ave
                       and Parramore Ave). They maintain a parking lot across the street from the entrance. Click on this link for
                       directions: Coalition for the Homeless main campus

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Pray with Father Charlie and the Respect Life Ministry
Every Wednesday, attend the 8:30 am mass and join in a peaceful walk to the abortion clinic on Maitland Ave
immediately after mass (around 9:00 am). Pray the rosary for the pre-born and support Father Charlie,
Larry and Mary Ann Scotchie and the Respect Life Ministry. This counts for the 2012/2013 Pro-life 5 Star
Achiever Award.


Campaign for People With Intellectual Disabilities - Sat Apr 27                                                       By Al Floegel
Two dates are scheduled for the Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities (formally known as the
Tootsie Roll Drive). We need your help!
    Saturday, April 27th at Winn Dixie on 17-92 in Fern Park from 10:00 am to 2:00
     pm. We need 3 men for either 2 hours or all 4 hours.
    Saturday, May 18th at Publix in Altamonte Springs from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
     We need 3 men from 9 am to 12 pm and 3 men from 12 to 3.
Funds raised for this campaign benefit the Morning Star school. Please contact
me if you would like to participate in this year’s campaign. My email address is
alfloegel31@gmail.com and my phone number is 407-647-4863.


Spring Picnic - Sat May 4                                                                                  By Mario Fernandes
The Knights of Columbus Spring Picnic is
scheduled on Saturday May 4th at Spring Valley
Park from 4 pm to 8 pm. All Brother Knights and
their families and friends are invited. If you know of
any prospective knights, invite them as well. This is
a great way to promote the Council.
Our picnics are great fun for the whole family!
Spring Valley Park is in the Spring Valley sub-
division in Altamonte Springs. The park is located
by the tennis courts. We have access to the tennis
courts, the kids can shoot some hoops on the                         DIRECTIONS TO SPRING
basketball court and there is a children’s play area                 VALLEY PARK
too. We may have a couple of boats to take people                               Map
for rides on the lake.
                                                                     From Hwy 436: Proceed south off of Hwy 436 on Wymore (just
This is a FREE activity! We provide snacks and we                    west of I-4); proceed to first light (past the Holiday Inn) – Spring
will be grilling burgers and hot dogs. We ask that                   Valley subdivision (4 white light standards at the entrance); Right
you bring a salad or dessert to share with others.                   on Spring Valley Road approximately 2-3 miles – watch for the park
We need a head count so please RSVP to Mario                         on the left side. The picnic will be held under the pavilion.
Fernandes at drmariopf@hotmail.com with the                          From St. Mary Magdalen Church: South on Maitland Blvd; right on
number of people attending by Wednesday May 1st.                     Orenole to light; left on Orenole to light; straight through the light
If you have any questions, please email or call me.                  and you now are on Wymore; continue through another light, past
My phone numbers are: Home 407-260-9157 and                          the Maison Jarden restraurant on left to light @ Spring Valley
Cell 407-334-9072.                                                   Subdivision (4 white light standards at the entrance); left on Spring
    I am sure you and your family will have a                        Valley Road approximately 2-3 miles – watch for the park on the
                   great time!                                       left side. The picnic will be held under the pavilion.




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Congratulations on First and Second Degrees                                                              By Dave Foret

A First and Second Degree was held at Council 2112 on March 13th.
Attending and pictured (from left) were Dave Weisman, Chuck
Richardson (2nd Degree), David Foret, Chris Seastrom (1st & 2nd
Degrees), Rich Micheil (Degree Team Member for both Degrees).
Also attending but not pictured were Bob Rasch (District Deputy) and
Ed Fleri (District Warden).



Congratulations to our Newest Knights!                                                                    By Les Philip
On March 23, two of our 2nd Degree Brothers, Chuck Richardson and Chris Seastrom, took their oaths into
full 3rd degree Knighthood at Monsignor Bishop Council 2112. Our two Brothers were in union with 21 other
Brothers from other Councils who took the degree. Our Grand Knight, David Foret said they both survived the
degree and are better for it. Now we need to get them prepared, if they desire to take the challenge, for the 4 th
and final degree.
I am happy to report that we had 5 Brothers from our Council 5618 who attended as witnesses: Ed Fleri, Mario
Fernandes, Don Holzemer, Bob Rasch and David Foret. In addition to attending the degree, our District
Deputy Bob Rasch was part of the Degree Team.
Please be sure to congratulate our new 3rd Degree Brothers at our next meeting on April 9, 2013.
Let’s remember that as Knights of Columbus, we don’t only make a difference because we can, we make a dif-
ference because we must. Our organization is fortified by our past and driven by its goals for the future. This is
key as to why we sponsor special events for children, family focused activities, Habitat for Humanity, Lenten
Fish Fry’s, Community Fest and more. We Knights serve as valuable role models for other Catholic men, as well
as mentors for all our children. This is truly how we, the Knights of Columbus, make a difference.
                                                    Vivat Jesus!


Scheduled Degree Exemplifications                                                                          By Les Philip
To those Brothers who have sponsored a candidate or Brother, please make every effort to get them to their next degree
and on their way into full Knighthood. Supreme is offering a $9.00 credit for each new member,
reinstatement or reactivation (suspended prior to January 1, 2013) between now and June 30, 2013. There is absolutely no
cap on the number of credits you can earn and this is free money. If you do not need the money, kindly put those dollars
towards our Vocation donations.
1st Degree Exemplification
        None scheduled at the moment
2nd Degree Exemplification
        Thursday, April 4, 2013 — St. Francis Council 11673 in Apopka at 6:30 pm (candidates arrive at 6:00 pm)
        April 13, 2013 — There is a scheduled 2nd Degree in Leesburg; no other details at the moment.
3rd Degree Exemplification
        Saturday, April 13, 2013 — There is a scheduled 3rd Degree in Leesburg
    th
4 Degree Exemplification
        May, 2013
        November, 2013 — in Orlando


New Advertisement!
We have a new advertisement on the last page - check it out! Thank you Brian Nelsen!

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Ed Slimick Ministry                                                                              By Les Philip
We are still looking for someone to take over the Ed Slimick Ministry. Ed Slimick created his own ministry of
writing and sending out “get well cards” to those Brothers of our Council who were ill. Please search your hearts
and make the plunge to take over this ministry. You will be glad you did. Please contact Ken Johnson, Deputy
Grand Knight, if you can head up Ed’s ministry and thank you.


Bishop’s Rosary Procession                                                                    Mario Fernandes
A group of Knights from our Council participated Saturday morning, March 30, at the Helpers of God’s Precious
Infants Rosary prayer service at the St James Cathedral presided by Bishop Noonan. The service was followed
by a Rosary procession to the abortion clinic on Lucerne Terrace. The Knights helped protect the walkers from
traffic. Bishop Noonan sang his praises for the Knights and commended the Knights for all that we do.




Council Lecturer Notes                                                                     By Mario Fernandes
This is a continuation of my series of Lecturer notes from the Virginia State Council site.

Luke E. Hart - Supreme Knight 1953 - 1964
Luke E. Hart served as a Supreme Officer for nearly 42 years, a record unmatched by any other officer. Luke
E. Hart launched the Catholic Advertising Program to "correct false notions about our faith." Toward that same
end, he coordinated funding for the microfilming of more than 40,000 Vatican Library documents for St. Louis
University, making them available to scholars outside the Vatican for the first time.
Luke E. Hart is also remembered for his leadership in getting the words "under God" added to the U.S. Pledge
of Allegiance. Luke E. Hart modernized the business operations of the Order as membership increased to
more than 1 million and insurance in force surpassed $1 billion.


2013 Annual Survey of Fraternal Activities Form                                               By Ken Johnson
As you participate in our Council’s many activities this year, complete the online Excel version of the 2013
Annual Survey of Fraternal Activities worksheet to record all of your service hours. The form and instructions
can be accessed online on our website by clicking on this link: 2013 Annual Hours form or you can open the
automated form by clicking: Annual Survey of Fraternal Activities Worksheet
Complete this form a monthly or quarterly basis and send it by email to Ken Johnson at
kenosky@EMBARQMAIL.com
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Fish Fry Dinners                                                                                   By Peter Markusic
                   Overall, I would say without a doubt that we had an increase in
                   attendance from our Brothers and from our friends who came
                   to support our important cause. Thank you to everyone for
                   your hard work and the friendship we shared. We made some
                   changes to our Fish Fry dinners, some of which were planned
                   and some of which were not. Compliments increased as each
week passed. Our guests appreciated our efforts to give them an excellent prod-
uct at a very reasonable price.
                        I thank everyone who had faith in me that I would succeed in coordinating these dinners. Thank
                        you to Sous Chef Les Philip who had the foresight to meet me on each Thursday to do some
                        prep work, which made for much smoother sailing the day of the dinners. Thank you everyone
                        for your help and please let me know when another opportunity arises.
                        Editor’s note: I would like to thank Peter for a very successful effort in chairing, organizing and
                        coordinating the Fish Fry Dinners. For his first year, he did a fantastic job! He also was one of
                        the hardest workers for each dinner. Brothers, please congratulate and thank Peter for a job
                        well done!!




In Remembrance
                       Sister Maria Sciortino passed away on Good Friday. She died in Christ and will share in His
                       Resurrection!
                       Sister Maria, Assistant Principal Middle School Math, joined the St. Mary Magdalen faculty in
                       1978. Many of you know her as your children’s math teacher if they attended the SMM school.
                       She did so much for the school and the children. May God bless her soul and help her family,
                       friends and loved ones heal from her loss.




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Brothers Celebrating April Birthdays                                                                   By Mario Fernandes

         Apr 2    George F Meyer                Apr 11            Robert R Doty             Apr 20 Robert W Schmidt
         Apr 3    George W Swancy               Apr 14            James P Panico            Apr 23 Patrick M Braun
         Apr 4    Dante F Farina                Apr 15            Thomas M Coyle            Apr 23 Jeffery A Miller
         Apr 4    Joseph Spinella               Apr 15            Antoney J Manipadam       Apr 29 David Godzisz
         Apr 5    Wayne Richards                Apr 18            Gerard H Kelly            Apr 30 Peter C Markusic
         Apr 7    Michael Mackiewicz            Apr 19            Robert S Diroff
         Apr 8    Matthew D Auker               Apr 20            John J Bowers


Insurance Agent’s Corner                                                                    By Deacon James G. Shelley
Brother Knights and Dear Friends,
                                       Think you are too old for coverage? Maybe not!
                 You are never too young or too old to consider purchasing life insurance. If you have a financial
                 need for coverage, or will in the future, a permanent life insurance policy can be just the thing
                 you need.
                 When you are young and presumably healthy, coverage will be very inexpensive when
                 compared to purchasing the same policies when you are older.
                If you’ve put off purchasing coverage, or you realize that you may need additional insurance, the
Order may still be able to help you, even if other companies cannot. In fact, in 2012, the issue age of our
permanent life insurance products was extended to age 80. Naturally, your health, and whether or not you
smoke, will be taken into consideration, so underwriting standards for risk and age apply.
This change came in response to a question I’ve heard before: “My
                                                                                      Knights of Columbus Insurance
wife and I are almost 80, do the Knights offer anything to take care of               Deacon James G. Shelley (FA #15311)
our final expenses?” And it can also help the members who thought                     Your Fraternal Benefits Advisor
they were “too old” to attain our coverage.
                                                                                      Cell: (407) 222-8142 ~~ Home: (407) 869-6892
This extension of our coverage ages allows me to help members I                       Personal Email: jimshelley@embarqmail.com
couldn’t help before. I look forward to discussing coverage with you                  K of C Email: james.shelley@kofc.org
– all of you, whether you are younger or older.
For life insurance, retirement products, long-term care coverage, and disability income protection, give me a call
and we can set up a meeting to discuss your needs and how you can expand or start your use of Knights of
Columbus Insurance products – products you and your family can depend on. Let’s talk today!
                               Best Wishes Always and God Bless,                    Deacon Jim



You Can Save Lives!                                                                                    By Lanny Hendricks
Brothers, we add more blood donation heroes monthly! The need is great, so your                        Life Saving Heroes    Pints
               time and your precious life saving gift of life are MOST appreciated.                   Lanny Hendricks         2
                                                                                                       Dave Grzan              1
               You can call Florida Hospital in Altamonte Springs at 407-831-6373 to
                                                                                                       Ed Gallagher            1
               make an appointment.
                                                                                                       Mario Fernandes         1
               When you give blood, please update me by the next business                              Tom Przybyla            1
               meeting. Thank you!!                                                                    Peter Staffieri         1



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Council Officers 2012 - 2013                                                                       Website Link: Staff
Chaplain               Monsignor Ed Thompson                        Inside Guard:            Kevin Nelsen
                       407.831.1212 Extension 228                                            321.696.1078 cell
Grand Knight:          David Foret                                  Outside Guard:           Tom Galaida
                       407.339.4387                                                          407.339.7754
                       dforet@cfl.rr.com                                                     papatag@cfl.rr.com
Deputy Grand           Ken Johnson                                  Lecturer:                Mario Fernandes
Knight:                407.339.8853                                                          407.260.9157
                       kenosky@embarqmail.com                                                drmariopf@hotmail.com
Chancellor:            David Weisman                                Trustee 1 Year:          Buddy Anderson
                       407.680.9485                                                          407.834.8973 & 407.402.7879 cell
                       mdweis2002@yahoo.com                                                  aasociates47@yahoo.com
Financial              Donald Holzemer                              Trustee 2 Year:          Gary Moskop
Secretary:             407.767.9558                                                          407.971.1971 & 407.619.0589 cell
                       amidon49@cfl.rr.com                                                   garyjohnm@aol.com
Recorder:              Tom Przybyla                                 Trustee 3 Year:          Brian Nelsen
                       407.788.1602                                                          321.262.3431 cell
                       przybytw@cfl.rr.com                                                   Jude1776@embarqmail.com
Treasurer:             Paul Kelly                                   Supreme Fraternal        Deacon Jim Shelley
                       407.260.9747                                 Benefits Advisor:        407.222.8142 cell
                                                                                             james.shelley@kofc.org
Warden:                Ed Gallagher                                 District Deputy,         Robert Rasch
                       407.862.9073                                 District 22:             407.865.7473
                       egallagher@centurylink.net                                            rwrasch@robertwraschlaw.com
Advocate:              Gary Couture                                 District Warden,         Ed Fleri
                       407.296.3652                                 District 22:             407.331.1965
                       golfdaddy2@gmail.com                                                  kofcpgk@embarqmail.com


Council Directors 2012 - 2013
Church Director:       Buddy Anderson                               Community Director:      Gary Moskop
                       407.834.8973 & 407.402.7879 cell                                      407.971.1971 & 407.619.0589 cell
                       aasociates47@yahoo.com                                                garyjohnm@aol.com
Council Director:      Ken Johnson                                  Family Director:         David Weisman
                       407.339.8853                                                          407.680.9485 & 407.831.2662
                       kenosky@embarqmail.com                                                mdweis2002@yahoo.com
Membership             Leslie Philip                                Program Director:        Ken Johnson
Director:              407.883.4524                                                          407.339.8853
                       kofclesphilip@gmail.com                                               kenosky@embarqmail.com
Pro Life Director:     Larry Scotchie                               Youth Director:          Ed Gallagher
                       407.629.4435                                                          407.862.9073
                       lscotchie@cfl.rr.com                                                  egallagher@centurylink.net

If you have questions about these activities or if you are interested in serving on their committees, call or send
the Director an email. Volunteers make even the toughest challenges achievable!

If you know of a Brother, or relative of a Brother in distress, contact any of your council officers. We have many
who need your prayers as they suffer severe medical challenges. They know your prayers are a blessing.
Please pray for:
Les Philip’s son Frank, Buddy Anderson’s mother-in-law and beagle Trotter, Tommy Cavenaugh, Dave
Foret’s son Brian and his brother Dan, Lou Di Lello, Dale Chesko’s nephew Gabriel and Doug McGee and his
wife


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                      This Advertisement is


                     Compliments of

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David Foret of Bishop Grady Council 5618 thanks
everyone who helped make this a successful year in
the eyes of the Grand Knight. Together we have
accomplished very good things for the council, the
SMM parish and the community. And we are only half
way there. We have much more work to do, so I ask
you to get involved and do what you can.
              Thanks for a successful year!




                      This Advertisement is

                      Compliments of


   Ken and Fran Johnson

Council 5618 Brother Knights can advertise or convey a message to other Knights in the electronic version of the Pinta Log. To order an ad,
complete the Pinta Log Advertisement Order form. You can purchase an ad for $10 per quarter (3 month period) or $35 for a 1 year period.
Send your request to Tom Przybyla at Przybytw@cfl.rr.com. Include the wording and instructions for your ad in an email or the Order form.


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Council 5618 Brother Knights can advertise or convey a message to other Knights in the electronic version of the Pinta Log. To order an ad,
complete the Pinta Log Advertisement Order form. You can purchase an ad for $10 per quarter (3 month period) or $35 for a 1 year period.
Send your request to Tom Przybyla at Przybytw@cfl.rr.com. Include the wording and instructions for your ad in an email or the Order form.


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