Wisconsin State Council
April 25th and 26th, 2015
Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton, WI
333 West College Avenue
State Deputy Ron Faust welcomes Knights and their families to participate in the Convention to be held Saturday, April 25th and 26th at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Opening Mass, honoring Military and Civil Emergency Services personnel, commencing at 7:30 a.m. followed, by a Welcome, Civic Opening and Awards Ceremony beginning at 8:45 a.m.
Caucuses will assemble at 2:30 p.m. to elect Delegates to the 133nd Supreme Convention to be held in Philadelphia, PA August 4-6, 2015.
There will be a meeting of Council Chaplains, hosted by State Chaplain - Rev. Richard Heilman on Friday April 24, 2015. Details of this luncheon will be sent to Grand Knights at a later date. Reserve a spot for your Council Chaplain after receiving the notice of the Chaplain’s Luncheon. The number for the State Council Office is (608) 274-5750.
We will celebrate Memorial Mass, offered for deceased Knights, Saturday at 4:00p.m. All Clergy in attendance are invited to concelebrate with the Bishop. Saturday evening a 5:30 p.m. a Social will precede the State Deputy’s Banquet which will be served at 7:00 p.m.
The Annual Meeting will reconvene in business session Sunday morning April 26th, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. The agenda will include business of Wisconsin Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc. as well as the election of State Officers and other business that is properly pre-sented.
Ladies and Families are welcome and encouraged to attend the Convention and take part in all social programs and activities as well as pre-arranged tours organized by the Host Committee. The Wisconsin Knights of Columbus State Convention is a Family Event.
STATE GOLF OUTING JUly 18TH & 19TH , 2015
Westridge Golf Club
8130 Golf Course Drive
Neenah, WI 54956 US
Name: Michael Bushman
K of C Camping Event 2015
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN CAMPING : The Knights of Columbus has two camping groups, the Wisconsin State KC Campers and the Knights of Columbus International Campers (KCIC).If you are a camper the Knights of Columbus offers two opportunities for you to attend. The first is the Wisconsin State Campers Association. This is the 25th Anniversary of the camping group. It will be held the weekend of June 26, 27th & 28th at Silver SpringsCampgrounds in Rio, WI. Cost of a campsite per night is $37.00 plus tax. This rate is good if you wish to spend a few days early or if you wish to stay later. To make your reservations for a campsite contact the campgrounds at 920-992-3537. Mention that you are making reservations with the Knights of Columbus to get the special rate. You can visit the campgrounds website at www.silverspringscamp.com
The second opportunity is the KCIC (Knights of Columbus International Campers). This camporee will be held in Monticello, IA at Walnut Ares Campground from August 1-7, 2015. This camporee gives you the opportunity to meet members of the Knights of Columbus and their families from a variety of states and members from Canada. Whether you are comingfor a weekend or a few days, you are sure to have a wonderful time at our family-friendly KCIC Camporee. Walnut Acres has over 600 camping sites and two cabin rentals. Enjoy the campground’s spring fed lake where you can fish, river tubing trail and large sand beach. The campground also has a new zero entry swimming pool. During the week there are many events for all to enjoy.
For more information on these two camporees, contact Tom Schmitz, State Camping Coordinator, at 1-9
20-923-1215 or by e-mail at email@example.com please put KC CAMPING in the subject line. I do not open any e-mails that are not familiar or recog-nizable to me.
Please click this link for information on the KofC International Camporee http://www.kciccampers.com/
Knights of Columbus State Softball TournamentOur State K.C. Softball Tournament will now feature a “Recreational” division. This division has been established for councils that have not yet put together a team or for established teams that have not faired will in the “Open” or “Master’s” divisions but still want to promote the fraternalism of the Knights of Columbus.
“New” Recreational Division
This division will have its own tournament, which will be played in conjunction with the “Open” and “Masters” tournaments. The winner of the “Recreational” tournament will receive a trophy but can not advance beyond the state level of play. Teams in the “Recreational” tournament may move to the “Open or “Master” divisions the next year or whenever they feel they are ready.
Teams in the “Recreational” tournament may be made up of players from different councils, two or more councils may go together to form a team. However, players may not play in two divisions. If a player plays in the “Recreational” division, they cannot play in the “Open” or “Masters” Division and vice versa.
Entry fee for the “Recreational” tournament is $85.00 plus a $15.00 ASA registration fee.
Total entry: $100.00
Letter of Intent must be sent by
For more Information Contact:
907 Hilltop Dr
Milton, WI 53563