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WOW, an incredible amount of work yields $255,000 in just 4 years in support of the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Of Saskatchewan. Well done Knights!

KOC 2017 Dinner committee

THANK YOU!

Jana Len from the Foundation thanks the Knights of Council 8215.  Representing the Knights are Garry Maier and Wayne Koshman as they present the proceeds from the 4th Annual Dinner.

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 8215

WOW, an incredible amount of work yields $255,000 in just 4 years in support of the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Of Saskatchewan. Well done Knights!

THANK YOU!

Jana Len from the Foundation thanks the Knights of Council 8215.  Representing the Knights are Garry Maier and Wayne Koshman as they present the proceeds from the 4th Annual Dinner.

presentation to Jana

Knights Of Columbus

Thanks to the efforts of Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven and some of his parishioners, the Connecticut state legislature on March 29, 1882, officially chartered the Knights of Columbus as a fraternal benefit society. The Order is still true to its founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity.

DENIS MAHONEY COUNCIL 8215

The Cathedral of the Holy Family, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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What does the number 8215 mean?

Our council 8215 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan are the eight thousand, two hundred and fifteenth council to be formed in the order world wide.

Council # 1 is named the San Salvador Council in New Haven. The officers were installed by Fr. McGivney himself.

Today the councils number around 14,000 with 1.7 million members.

Our Patron pictured to the left is Denis Mahoney- find out more about him and our history here. 

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DENIS MAHONEY COUNCIL 8215

The Cathedral of the Holy Family, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

http://knightsofcolumbus8215.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/cropped-KC-logo22.png

What does the number 8215 mean?

Our council 8215 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan are the eight thousand, two hundred and fifteenth council to be formed in the order world wide.

Council # 1 is named the San Salvador Council in New Haven. The officers were installed by Fr. McGivney himself.

Today the councils number around 14,000 with 1.7 million members.

Our Patron pictured to the left is Denis Mahoney- find out more about him and our history here. 

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Knight Of Columbus 8215

Cathedral Of The Holy Family

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan