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Seven New Knights inducted by Rizal Canada Region

By Dindo Orbeso
October 16, 2016

Rizal Canada Region Council inducted seven candidates to Knights of Rizal, in ceremonies conducted at the CICC School in Wilson (Bathurst Rd.) on October 5, 2016. Region Commander Sir Eduardo Prillo, KGOR led the Degree Team of Sir Popoy Cana, KGCR, Sir George Poblete, KGCR, Sir Joe Damasco, KGOR, Sir Dr. Romy Sinajon, KGOR, Sir Jun Calaguio, KCR, Sir Bert Mondragon, KCR, Sir Frank Crawford, KCR.

Knighted to KR were: Sir Buenaventura Lopez, Sir Kirk Thompson, Sir Roman Baber, Sir Courtney Dolroy, Sir Antonio Villarin, Sie Eliezer Concepcion and Sir Sam Majoros. These Knights from Brampton Chapter, Don Valley Chapter, Dimasalang Chapter, Etobicoke Chapter and Scarborough Chapterwill be working with their respective Chapter Commander on Rizal Projects.

Upcoming Knights of Rizal activity :
The Canada Region Council will be celebrating their 16th GTA Commanders Ball at Rembrandt  Banquet Hall, 930 Progress Ave.,  in Scarborough on Saturday, October 29, 2016. Over 200 Knights, Ladies and guests from Montreal, Windsor, Winnipeg and the GTA are expected to attend this annual event.
There will also hold  Tutorial Seminar meeting at Rembrandt  2:00 PM  before the Commanders Ball at 6:00 PM.

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