118 South Weed Boulevard, Weed, California 96094, United States

(650) 255-4615

Knights of Columbus



Community Service since 1888

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Grand Knight"s Report


Grand Knight’s report:

      I’d like to say that even though we are confined to our homes, denied attending Mass and even denied meeting with our Brother’s at our usual meetings, it doesn’t mean we have to lose our humanity and social conscience. We can still say a small prayer of gratitude that our lives could be much worse and another prayer for those who are not as lucky as we are.

                Many say of the poor “ I made a success of myself and so can the poor if they weren’t lazy”. If you think about it honestly, we don’t really do anything by ourselves. Some of us had the luck to be born into a comfortable financially secure family, some had the fortune of meeting someone that for one reason or another gave us our first break, some had a door opened for us by fathers or other relatives and some were just in the right place at the right time. The reverse is also true. Many people lost jobs and opportunities because of an illness or a social setback, trusting the wrong person or family member and allowing fear to dictate our growth. My point in all this is something said all the time. We are all together in this for better or worse and it is impossible to achieve anything alone. The next time you feel a jolt of fear from a homeless person, think of what Jesus might think or do.

Brendan Butler, G.K. #2599


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Spelling Bee:   

The winners this year for the Elementary division were, first, Roxy Wiles, Butteville Elementary School and second, Corrina Clifford, Sisson Middle School.  For the Junior High division, first, Mitchell Repass, Golden Eagle and second, Patience Russell, Delphic Elementary School.

The sponsors are:

Edgewood Custom Interiors- Mt. Shasta

On the Main 218- Weed

Dos Amigos- Weed

Fairchild Medical Center- Yreka

Aiello, Goodrich and Teuscher- Mt. Shasta

Pepsi Cola- Mt. Shasta 

Vaugn & Barbara Dillman- Weed

Delta Kappa Gamma Nu Chapter- Dunsmuir

Mechanics Bank- Weed




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