Apparently if it has spokes, it counts. One wonders though about my old Triumph Spitfire…
Brother Eric Cartwright reports that even before the aluminum can project is officially kicked-off (it will be announced in the Sunday, 17-March bulletin at SFdS) he has collected $35.89 from aluminum cans, and $10 from a recycled dryer donated by his mother. Start saving those cans…
The Council collects aluminum cans to support pro-life activities. We’d love to have all your used beverage cans. Receptacles are in the street-level foyer on Lynch Street, and immediately to the right of the steps from the parking lot leading into the church. If you have a lot of cans, contact us for a pickup — email@example.com or call Mr. Eric Cartwright (314)452-1219.
The St. Francis de Sales KofC Council will be at Randall’s Wines & Spirits on Friday May 6th from 4:30 in the afternoon until 8:30, and on Saturday May 7th from 11 AM until 8:30 PM with our Famous Two Mikes Catering and TexassouriQ BBQ. We’ll have one pound pork steaks ($5), pulled pork ($3), brats ($3), burgers ($3), and 1/4# dogs ($2), hot and ready for you; all for take out. Canned sodas too ($1). Try the fruit-flavored Crush, I like the grape & orange especially; the flavor’s more intense and “true” than I remember it. Sorry, no credit cards yet.
If you’ve never been there before, Randall’s is on Jefferson immediately south of I-44. To get in the lot, it looks like you’d be getting on the interstate, but you can turn into Randall’s parking lot.
A map is below. Thanks for your support.
Gerald Antoine and Max Kaiser joined 132 other men taking their 4th Degree at the St. Louis Exemplification on Saturday March 8th up at the Airport Mariott. Tom Leith attended, serving in the Honor Guard and as an observer of the Exemplification. Our Council now boasts at least five Sir Knights.
The 4th Degree is the visible arm of the Order, often seen taking part in civic and ecclesiastical functions. The primary purpose of the Degree is to teach lessons in Catholic American Citizenship.