Community Recognition of GK Raymundo Yu for Disaster Relief Efforts and Coordination of Coats for Kids Distribution to Local Schools

Here are two You Tube links to Centennial Auto Group videos featuring  GK Raymundo Yu Our Lady of Fatima Council 824 St Dunstan’s Basilica, Charlottetown PEI, as a local community legend for the disaster relief work that he did in the week following Hurricane Fiona that struck 24th September 2022. 

YouTube video #1 – 

As well the second video covers our trips to 4 area schools to distribute 33 jackets most of which the Adult and Teen female jackets were purchased thru Coats for Kids USA.  The Adult Male jackets were purchased through the Charlottetown PEI Canadian Tire outlet.

YouTube video #2 –


District Master, SK Dan Miller presents the Star Assembly Award to SK Roger Burke, Faithful Navigator of the Father George Belcourt Assembly 1867. 

In order to achieve Star Assembly status, an Assembly must meet certain criteria.  This includes:

Earn the Fourth Degree Civic Award

Meet new member quota’s

Enter the “To Be a Patriot” competition.  Do not have to win

Submit all required documentation on time and complete.

SK Dan also presents the Civic Award to SKs Vernon Buote and Peter Gallant who represented the other Assembly members who were involved with the “Veteran’s Memorial Walkway” .  This was a joint project led by James Donnelly,  Grand Knight Rev J Douglas McNeill Council and SK Simon Lemay of the Father George Belcourt Assembly. 

Well done Brothers, you serve with distinction and are an excellent for other Council’s and Assemblies.

Knights of Columbus Yard Sale in Kensington

Saturday, June 4 the Knights held their Yard Sale on the church grounds at St. Mary’s Holy Family Church.

The Corner of Pleasant Street and North Broadway, Kensington

An anchor point for the corner was the new KofC “Pop Up Canopy”, that sheltered the table containing the goodie basket of Island Treats and the Donation Jar for the Ukraine.

Brother Knights under the Canopy (if it had sunny or raining it would have served us well).

The principal focus of the Yard Sale was to provide funds for the Annual Scholarship provided to a graduating student from St. James or St. Mary’s Holy Family Parishes to assist them in their first year of college/university.

Happy Browsers and Buyers

Over $1,300.00 dollars came in and it was a great fraternal project that was welcomed by the parish and neighbourhood after the disruption of Covid-19 for the last couple of years.

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