Monday, April 22, 2013

B.C. and Yukon Knights will elect new executives

State Convention showcases past year's achievements
Knights welcome Ukrainian Major Archbishop Sviatoslav
Shevchuk (behind Eparch Ken Nowakowski). BCC file photo.
The Knights of Columbus B.C. and Yukon State Council will hold their annual convention in Richmond April 25-28 this year. A new state deputy will be elected during the convention.
The convention, the largest annual gathering of Knights in B.C. and the Yukon, will "showcase what the jurisdiction has done over the year," convention chairman Kevin Pinto, said. He estimates 400-500 people, including Knights and their families, will attend.

"It is the one place where you have everyone for three days and can get your message across about your vision for the Knights."

For full story, see The B.C. Catholic website.

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