Pinehurst, North Carolina
Final 300 Club Drawing Scheduled - Friday, May 12th
In This Issue
For The Good of
The Order
Prayers and visits are encouraged for the following Brothers.
► Bob Casey: Quail Haven.
► Dave LaLonde
:  Elmcroft Nursing Home
John (Jack) Duvall:  Manor Care
Stephen Coppola: Autoimmune condition.
Family of the Month
Family of the Month is Joe Tramboli.
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April - 2017
Calendar of events
April 6:  General Meeting - 7:00pm - Founders Hall
April 7:  Fair Barn 100th Birthday Bash - 6:00 - 11:00pm - Fair Barn - Meat menu.  Learn more...
April 8:  Pinehurst Easter Egg Hunt - Cannon Park - 10:30am - 1:00pm.  Learn more...
April 9:  Spring Matinee Races - Harness Track - 11:00am - 4:00pm.  Learn more...
April 14:  Pinehurst Live After Five - Tufts Park - 5:30 - 9:00pm - Good Friday.  Learn more...
April 27:  Directors and Officers meeting - 7:00pm - Knights Room
April 29:  Council and Vietnam Vets Pancake Breakfast - 8am
State Raffle Tickets Due
State Raffle Tickets are due to John Walkonis, no later than Friday, April 7th.
That is in John's mail box... 
2116 Seven Lakes South
Seven Lakes, NC  27376

Thanks to all Knights for their support.
The Sun Is Setting
The Sun is setting on two of the councils largest revenue generating programs.  The 300 Club Drawing and Home, Garden & Lifestyle Expo.

From the last 300 Club Drawing, there were 77 un-sold numbers that would have generated about $2,310 net revenue.  The 300 Club Drawing generated $6000 for charitable donations each year.

The Home, Garden & Lifestyle Expo last year generated approximately $16,000 in net revenue for charitable donations.   This years event would have realized a larger profit because many of the start up expenses had been paid for last year like signs and marketing materials.
St. Patrick's Dinner Was Bountiful
stpattys_day.jpg As usual, the Knights know how to plan a dinner.  The dinner for the St. Patrick's Day celebration was complete with corned beef, cabbage, potato and carrots.  Soda bread added a nice touch along with the coffee and dessert.  About 170 enjoyed the dinner.

The Barrowburn Band from Raleigh provided traditional Celtic music on acoustic instruments.  They provided energetic foot tapping music for the enjoyment of all.

Thanks go out to chairman Tom Ross and his team of volunteers for a dinner well planned and enjoyed.
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Pinehurst, NC 28374