No loaves, just fishes (and tater tots). The Blessed Teresa parish was able to enjoy a wonderful fish fry dinner following Stations of the Cross on Friday, February 26. Menu items included battered cod and Panko breaded tilapia (all baked, for those of you worried about calories). Also served were green salads, mounds of cole slaw … [Read more…]
Blessed Teresa Knights, On Sunday, January 31st, Father Frank blessed Brother Chip Mattingly and his family with an Anointing of the Sick ceremony. Chip was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and will be undergoing treatment this month. Please keep Chip, his wife Lorrie, and sons Trey & Davis, in your thoughts and prayers. And … [Read more…]
Knights pose for a picture with Santa after the parish Christmas party. In addition to a fine dinner and great fellowship, the parish was treated to a visit from Santa, a Santa trivia contest for kids and an ‘Ugly Christmas Sweater’ competition. The evening was MC’d by George Guzman, with Jimmy Yamauchi and Robert Tschumper … [Read more…]
At last weekend’s pancake breakfast, the Knights of Blessed Teresa presented a check for $300 (via Supreme) to representatives from the Maltby Food Bank. Led by Chairman Sir Knight George Guzman (pictured), the Blessed Teresa parish donated over 2,000 lbs. of food to the Maltby Food Bank during the first half of 2015. Thank you … [Read more…]
Welcome new Knights Joe Bussman and Craig Fleek to the BT K of C ranks. The First Degree Exemplification ceremony was held on October 28, 2015 in the Bothell Knights of Columbus Hall on the Bothell-Everett Highway. Also attending was the BT K of C Grand Knight, Roddy Rodriguez and Financial Secretary, Greg Schmidt.
Welcome new Knights Derek Adam and John Aylward to the BT K of C ranks. The First Degree Exemplification ceremony was held on September 30, 2015 in the Bothell Knights of Columbus Hall on the Bothell-Everett Highway. New members can be identified in the photograph by their goofy, red-striped name tags. Also attending was the … [Read more…]
To recruit new knights and to celebrate old friends, the Knights went ‘whole hog’ on a luau. An entire pig was the guest of honor and roasting went from 2am until dinner was served after the Saturday Vigil Mass. Jimmy Yamauchi assured luau authenticity and served double-duty as the entertainment, playing a selection of Hawaiian … [Read more…]