Knights of Columbus - Fr Dejaco Council - #5220 at 11186 Licking Pike, Alexandria, KY 41001 US - Home
We can't Thank You enough for the Support, and all the Great Times you all Shared with us this Lenton Season.
Come and have dinner with us on Friday June 7th from 4:00 to 8:00PM Make plans now to come on out and support the dinners! Our monthly dinners feature all the wonderful dinners we serve during the lenten fish frying season; our famous traditional fried fish as a dinner or ...
1st SUNDAY BREAKFAST
JUNE 2nd 9AM - 1PM
Three Ways to Enter
1. E-Mail: One entry per e-mail address at CommunityCarCareInc@fuse.net
2. Refer a Friend: One extra entry per each new referral you send to Community Car Care.
3: Stop in and Enter: Once entry per day every week day through May 31.
*No Purchase Necessary.
*Prizes awarded each week day beginning Tuesday, May 1, and ending Friday, May 31.
*Winners to be notified via telephone call or e-mail.
Scott Fleckinger and Community Car Care has turned over to the Knights of Columbus $355 which has gone towards the council's many Activities that we do to Service our Community. This is the Second year that Scott has Sponsored this program with the Knights of Columbus, and we can't Thank him enough. I trust Scott with all of my Vehicles and you should to! It is what you do when you do not have to, that shows your True Character, and It is through Great Knights like this that our Community Shines! Great Job Scott!!!!!
Please Patronize our Sponsors without whom we would not be able to do what we do...
Gordon Food SVC Heritage Bank Reis Concrete Home City Ice
Who was Father DeJaco?
Reverend Louis Anthony DEJACO 1 He was born on March 28, 1891 in Newport, Kentucky at 942 Saratoga Street. He was baptized on March 29, 1891 in Newport, Kentucky at Saint Stephen Catholic Church by Rev. Joseph ...
Father Terry Hoppenjans has been pastor of St. Michael's Catholic Church since 1997 where he carries out Mission work to help hundreds of families in this economically depressed region of eastern Kentucy.
Annually, our Knights of Columbus - Dejaco Council have been blessed to be able to help Fr. Terry in his endeavour. Our contribution is small compare to the needs in the area but every year we are able to help hundreds of people with food, clothing and other corporal necessities.
Through the Knights of Columbus, Father McGivney gave Catholic laymen a new opportunity – the chance to grow in holiness while contributing to their parishes, communities and security of their families. Today, more and more Church leaders are recognizing his spiritual genius in animating the laity.
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Each day a priest, deacon or lay person from around the ...
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