Fred Banham and Bruce Weicker with Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue Station #106 receive $500 in support from the Knights of Columbus, including members Edwin Krieg, Ken Nowicki, Pat Harford and Lorne Lazzarotto, during a presentations at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church on Friday, Feb. 21, 2020. (Lachlan Labere - Salmon Arm Observer)

2019 Lottery grant check presentations....

latest.....Lottery Fund Dist Budg 2019

Jan 07/2020....Knights and the new banner


1. Chaplain.....................Fr Dale Normandeau

2. Grand Knight...............Craig Haliburton

3. Deputy Grand Knight.......Norm Leslie

4. Financial Secretary..........Pat Harford

5. Treasurer.......................Ken Nowicki

6. Recorder.......................John Davies

7. Warden.........................Alex Leible

8. Chancellor..................... Eugene Casavant

9. Lecturer......................... Appointed by GK

10. Trustee #1.....................Edwin Krieg

11. Trustee #2.....................Karl Wulff

12. Trustee #3.....................Jack Adair

13. Advocate.......................Ernie Schan

14. Inside Guard..................Dennis wahoski

15. Outside Guard............... Joe Labonte-Smith


All degrees at one time.........................Facebook Pictures from the BC & Yukon State Inaugural Combined (1st, 2nd & 3rd) Degree at St. Bernadette's Parish / Surrey on Saturday, January 25. 64 candidates from 17 councils went through this exemplification.

For several of the past few years, we have had the privilege of traveling to Northern BC with Empowering Life Series. Our primary educator, Tia MacDougall, has spoken in communities located along the Yellowhead Highway, also known as the Highway of Tears. This year Tia was able to speak to young people in Smithers, Houston, and with members of the Moricetown Indian Band about topics such as depression, love and abuse, and pornography, and healthy relationships.


The feedback that we have received highlights the importance of Signal Hill's work in educating young people about their value and the value of every person. Students described the presentation as "honest" and "relevant", saying that they learned about the impact of pornography on relationships, as well as the negative consequences that frequent sexual hook ups can have on their mental health.


Joyce Henderson

Hi Ken

A big thanks to the Knights of Columbus for the generous donation of $500 to the Good Food Box

In consultation with the Neskonlith Band office, three families who are in need of support have been identified on the reserve in Salmon Arm. Each will receive a Good Food Box containing fresh fruits and vegetables each month for the next 11 months.

Thank you for making a difference in these families’ nutrition.


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