Youth free throw contest

One of the hallmarks of the Knights of Columbus is youth activities, and chief among them may be the annual free throw contest! This year we were thrilled to partner with Saint Michael the Archangel Regional School and our fellow local Knights in Clayton and Glassboro to help put on this year’s contest!

Christmas party and end of the year awards

With the end of the year, comes time for our council to take a break, come together for fellowship with our wives and say thanks to everyone who did great work this year. At the top of that list was Treasurer Ed Welsh, SK, and his wife Mary Anne. He received Knight of the Month…

Time to decorate for Christmas!

If there’s one thing Knights love is to do a service project, even better when it’s decorating the church for Christmas!

Keep Christ in Christmas!

We were thrilled to march with our brother knights from councils around the area, as well as Colombian Squires, at tonight’s Christmas Parade in Pitman! It’s always a great evening to wish the multitudes lined up along the parade route a “Merry Christmas!!!”

A new Knight!

Congrats! To our newest brother John Gerbage (far right) for making his first degree last night. The induction of a new knight into our brotherhood is always cause for great joy!

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Soccer Challenge and New Officers

A great week for Knights of Columbus Assumption 3397 as we installed our new slate of officers and joined with our fellow councils in the Glassboro/Clayton area to host the annual youth soccer challenge!

A new Grand Knight is chosen!

We are pleased to announce that Neal Cullen has agreed to take the reins of Council 3397 as our new Grand Knight. He replaces the outstanding Jim Cosgrove who served this role diligently and honorably for the past 3 years. Neal has served the council as Financial Secretary since it was reactivated in 2013. We…

Coffee, donuts and fellowship on the portico

If there’s one thing our council knows, it’s the power of food. We were very pleased to help support fellowship, as well as say a fond farewell to Fr. Victorino, at Saint Bridget’s University Parish by providing coffee and donuts for a little summertime fellowship on the portico of the church after the Sunday Masses….