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ALL LENTEN FISH FRY'S @ ST. TIM'S CANCELLED
DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING US, AND SEE YOU NEXT YEAR.
Lenten Fish Fries begin February 21st and continue every Friday of Lent, except Good Friday.
Serving in the Hospitality Room from 5 pm through 7 pm.
The Grand Knight for 2019-2020 is Jeremy Hadash.
To contact the Grand Knight by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Blaine/Coon Rapids Council is located at St. Timothy's Church in Blaine, MN. Our council hosts several activities throughout the year. Seasonal Activities include: Second Sunday Breakfast (October through April), Lenten Fish Fry's (starting the Friday before Lent, and every Friday of Lent except Good Friday). Annual activities include: Super Concertina Bowl, Senior Citizen's Christmas Party, Spring Golf Tournament, Fall Fishing Trip, and Spring/Fall Steak Fry.
Most meetings start at 7:30 p.m. The Officer Planning Meeting is the First Wednesday of Each Month, and the General Membership Meeting is the Third Wednesday of Each Month. Most meetings are held in the Parish Center. Enter the west facing doors located in the center of the main building.
Check the white board, to the right, for room assignments. Some General Membership meetings will still be held in the Hospitality Center.
Both Steak Fry Dinner meetings will be in the Hospitality Center and begin with a Social Event starting at 6:00 pm.
Blaine/Coon Rapids Council #5141, formerly known as Saint Timothy's Council, was founded May 10th, 1961 through the efforts of forty-five Charter Knights. The name was later changed to encompass the growing surrounding community from where it drew its membership. The Blaine/Coon Rapids Council works closely with Saint Timothy's Parish by providing funds for various projects, in community building through its Second Sunday Breakfasts and Lenten Fish Fry's, and by its members being active participants in their parish.
Council Members are the backbone of our Council Events. They are involved from the very beginning with scheduling, sourcing, and staffing each event. Co-chairs are responsible for recruiting enough help to staff the event from start to finish. Our current newsletter, The Guidepost, will list the events and its chairman for that month. Contact the event chairman to volunteer your time; always much appreciated.
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