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Knights Fraternal TrainingThe new  council year is fast approaching. Soon we will have the election of officers, installation and then we get to work rebuilding our council to serve the parish and assist the church. This year we have web-based training for officers and  even  general members who are interested in the functions and operations of the Knights of Columbus.

The Knights of Columbus invites you to take part in a web training session for fraternal leaders. This session will be geared toward ALL fraternal leaders and the council encourages you to join in as you will benefit from this webinar. This webinar will discuss the importance of finishing the fraternal year on a high note and getting off to a quick start for the next fraternal year.  This town hall-type meeting will focus on:

  • Finishing the year strong by measuring success and planning
  • Ensuring a smooth changeover in council leadership and getting off to a quick start
  • Planning ahead and keeping on track for a successful fraternal year

Please SAVE THE DATE and PASS THE WORD!! This training session will take place on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.  ALL fraternal leaders whether finishing their term or newly elected or appointed are encouraged to attend.

Please click on the link below to register for this event:
http://w.on24.com/r.htm?e=984302&s=1&k=245B53C1A085350AEBD1CFECEC6C8702

The Supreme Council encourages you to register for this webinar even if you cannot view the entire live webinar presentation. The webinar will recorded an available for on-demand viewing following the live event.

If you have questions regarding this event, please call Gary Nolan, Vice President for Fraternal Training and Ceremonials at 203-752-4347 or email gary.nolan@kofc.org.

We thank the Supreme Council and Gary R. Nolan, Vice President for Fraternal Training and Ceremonials, for making this  program available to Council 10910 and councils around the world.  It is yet another example of the support our national and state leaders give us and how they ensure that our councils and council officers have training available to them.

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