|Valley Council |
| 519 S. Cameron St|| Winchester, VA 22601|| 540-662-5545|
Friday April 23rd
at Rock Harbor Golf
IT’S GOLF TIME!
Yes, I realize that there is snow blanketing the areas courses now, but I expect to see only green when we tee off for our 6th annual Knights Golf Classic for Today’s Youth on April 23, 2010 at Rock Harbor Golf Club.
The participation of area golfers in this annual fundraiser has raised nearly $40,000 over five years, every dollar of which has gone to fund a child’s education!
Won’t you join us at this year’s Golf Classic?
Click on the Golfer Registration Form. I ask that you return yours as soon as possible, but remember, the discount for a foursome only applies if returned on one form. So block April 23 on your calendar, set up your foursome, collect your money and return the form and check to me as soon as possible.
In the unfortunate event that you will be unable to join us, I ask that you consider making a monetary contribution to the Golf Classic. Return your check with the registration form marked donation and we will use your money to meet our scholarship goals. One way or another, we are looking to you once more to assist us in this endeavor. We thank you again for your past support and look forward to seeing you on April 23rd at the Rock!.
Very truly yours,
Peter W. Buchbauer, PGK
Recognition for our Soup Kitchen
The Virginia State Bar has done a video about our Soup Kitchen, interviewing Brother Pete Buchbauer. Enjoy watching the video here.
Valley Council is located in Winchester on Cameron Street between Monmouth and Leicester streets. The Grand Knight for 2008-2009 is Mark Maines. You can contact the Knights by phone at (540)-662-5545, or by email at grandknight@KofC3572.org.
Council meetings are on the first and third Thursdays at 7:30pm. The Fourth Degree Assembly meets on the 4th Thursday of the month.
Valley Council 3572 was founded in 1952. It is named after the Shenandoah Valley where it is located. The Valley Council works closely with the Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Winchester, providing funds for various projects, with members being active participants in their parish. Members assist in various ways, including ushers, readers, members of the choir, and Eucharistic ministers.