Council is comprised of three local parishes Saint Justin the
Martyr and Blessed Sacrament located in Seminole and Saint
Jerome's, Saint Patrick's Church is located in Largo, Florida. Our meetings
are held on the second Thursday of each month, at St. Patrick
cafeteria. The Sir Knights of
the Fourth Degree meet on the third Thursday of each month at the St.
Patrick Parish Hall.
A FUN TIME FOR ALL
On Saturday, June 21st our
council's had its Family Picnic . The picnic was held held at Largo's
Taylor Park, Shelter # 7. The picnic started at 10:00 am and
lasted will around till 4:00 pm. Hot dogs, hamburgers and
beverages, ( no alcohol was
allowed...yeah right) will be provided. Most all who attended
brought some sort of covered dish to share and there was plenty of
food. All who attended had a great time. Thanks to Bob
Gibbia and Gil Jones for their expert BBQ talents.
CASINO NIGHT AT ST. PAT'S - COMING SOON
Ok all you
"high rollers" keep Saturday, September 27 open for our council's
annual Casino Night. The doors in the Parish Hall opens up at 5:30
pm. Like last year we'll have various gaming tables set
up, poker, black jack, roulette, and slot machines etc galore.
In addition to gambling there will be a dinner consisting of Baked
Ziti, Sausage, Garlic Bread, Salad, and Desert. Libations will
be available for a nominal charge from our resident bartender Dick
McCarthy. You get all this for the low, low price of only
$20.00, which also includes gambling money for the various tables.
Winner get to bid on some fine prizes at the end of the night.
We're looking for individuals or companies to sponsor each of our
For further information call Grand
Knight Bob Gibbia, or Deputy Grand Knight, Bob Dasch .
Get your aces in gear and plan on "breaking
the bank" on September 27th. See you there.
On March 7th
and 8th Knights of Columbus Council 4892 held its second Tootsie
Roll Drive. It was held at the Publix on Clearwater/Largo Road
and East Bay Drive. During this two day event we collected
$1037.21. Kudos go out to the brothers who braved the cold
weather during their two hours shifts. A special thanks must
go to Brother Bob Dasch for his diligent efforts in running the
drive again this year. A vote of thanks must also go to the
Publix the allow us to solicit in front of their stores.
Life and Legacy of Father McGivney chronicles the
life of this holy and hard-working priest through his boyhood and
priesthood to his death in 1890 at age 38.