Regina Mundi Council 3969 Receives the Columbian Award

The Knights of Columbus Regina Mundi Council 3969 has been awarded the Columbian Award at the 135th Supreme Convention held in St. Louis, MO on August 1-3 2017.

To receive the Order's Columbian Award, a Council must annually conduct and report at least four (4) major involvement programs in each of the following:

1. Church Activities - vocations, parish roundtable, parish services, Keep Christ in Christmas, etc.

Participating in the RSVP program and meeting minimum participation requirements will fulfill all four activity requirements in this category.

2. Community Activities - feed the hungry, health services, ecology, poverty, helping the aged, etc.

Participitatin with Habitat for Humanity or Global Wheelchair Mission and meeting the minimum participation requirements will fulfill all four activity requirements in this category.

3. Council Activities - public relations, fraternal recognition, blood donors, athletics, socials, etc.

Participating with Special Olympics and meeting minimum participation requirements will fulfill all four activity requirements in this category.

4. Culture of Life Activities - Ultrasound initiative, March for Life, Pregnancy Care Center, baby showers, baby bottle campaign, memorials, etc.

Participating in a local, regional or national March for Life or with the Ultrasound Initiative and meeting the minimum participation requirements will fulfill all four activity requirements in this category.

5. Youth Activities - youth ministry, scholarships, Catholic Scouting, etc.

Participation in the Coats for Kids program or sponsoring a Columbian Squires Circle and meeting minimum participation requirements will fulfill all four activity requirements in this category.