The Brothers of Council 13901, Four Chaplain's Council, would like to congratulate Ms. Alyssa Gates and Ms. Stephanie Scroggins for winning the 2014 Four Chaplain's Scholarship. Both young ladies demonstrated a high level of dedication to their community, church, and personal dedication to academics. Well done ladies. The recepients will both receive a $750 scholarship to use for their future academic endeavors.
There were additional applicants for this years scholarship that just missed the mark in placing top billet on the order of merit list. Thank you for all of the applications. Remember to apply again next year for the 2015 Four Chaplain's Scholarship. Have a blessed day. Vivat Jesus.
Since 2013, The Four Chaplains Council of the Knights of Columbus has planned and dreamt of hosting a golf tournament for the Fort Leonard Wood Community. There were many obstacles to overcome and the tournament was delayed several times due to the unpredictable weather of the Ozarks, but on May 3, 2014 the weather cleared and the heavens revealed themselves. After many hours of planning and soliciting, the tournament was a go. The weather was in the 70s, clouds were few and far between, and moods were light and joyful becasue we were able to finally execute a project that had been in the works for over a year.
The Four Chaplains' Council of the Knights of Columbus decided in December 2012 to increase their available reveunues for their annual Four Chaplains' Scholarship fund. During that cold meeting in December 2012 several Brothers pledged to build Heirloom quality products to sell or auction to raise additional revenue for the scholarship fund. Through the months of December 2012 to December 2013, many Brothers met at Sir Brother Knight Jerry Snobl's home shop and planned, executed, and completed three beautiful Heirloom quality items. This article will outline the remaining project and allow visitors, Brothers, and members of the Sacred Heart Community to silently bid for the items.
New to the Sacred Heart Catholic Community? Welcome. The Mission of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church is to build strong warriors, leaders, civilians and families- spiritually, ethically, morally- across the full spectrum of training and operations. Ensure the "free-exercise" rights of religion for all military personnel, family members, and civilians. How do we achieve this mission and become a successful Catholic community? We focus on one singular vision. That vision is that Unity Ministry Teams "Committed to Care" and dedicated to excellence in ministry for our diverse community across the full spectrum of operations.
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