The Knights of Columbus, St. Michael’s Council No. 2497, was established in the 1920s by Father John Keane, who held the office of Lecturer. The Knights of Columbus was first organized in Connecticut and later became a nationwide fraternal organization dedicated to the principles of charity, unity, and fraternity. Initially formed for the purpose of providing aid and assistance to its own members and their families, that aid in later years has become far more widespread. Fellowship among members is promoted through education, charity, religious and social welfare, and good works.
Membership is open to all Catholic men, eighteen and older. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm at St. Mary’s Church Hall.
Contact: Kevin Batzle, 860-389-4224