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Knights of Columbus Council # 9144 initiated 27 new Knights to their First Degree of the Order



By Manuel Papa
Ontario-Canada
March 24, 2017

 
 


Prince of Peace Council # 9144 initiated twenty-seven new Knight to the  First Degree of  the Order.

Grand Knight SK Gregory Saldanha is proud to gather 27 new knights initiated at the Prince of Peace Church Hall by the Degree Team headed by SK Wilfred Gomez PGK, FDD, PFN. Other Dignitaries in the Degree Team are:  SK Ron D'Souza, SK Rod Sanchez, PGK FDD, SK Franklin Romeo, PGK, DD and SK Vince Tuzzi, PGK, FDD.

This Degree Initiation has been very special event for the Ontario State.  KC # 9144 brought the largest number of candidates from one council to an Initiation Degree this year, and their event was graced by the presence of  Knight of Columbus dignitaries: Supreme Director SK Arthur Peters, State Deputy SK Alain Cayer, State Council Marshall SK Jerry Hayes and State Membership Director SK Denis Belanger.

SK George R. Poblete, PGK, FDD, PFN, KGCHS, is the founder of Prince of Peace Council # 9144,  32 years ago. Other dignitaries from the Prince of Peace who witnessed this memorable evening include SK Keith Coutinho, PGK, SK Berty Nadarajah, PGK and Bro. Rocky Hsiung, Deputy Grand Knight and Membership Chairman


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