Council #14679 invites all their brother Knights, family, friends & avid golfers to sign up for the 8th Annual K of C Charity Golf Tournament to be held on Friday, April 28, 2017 at the Iron Horse Golf Course located in North Richland Hills.
The $85.00 fee includes 1st & 2nd place cash prizes, closest to the pin & longest drive, cart, GPS, range balls, plus lunch. There will also be some great raffle items.
Bring your team or we’ll pair you up; but register early. Yes! Ladies are always welcome to participate.
Check in: 7:00 a.m.; Shot Gun Start @ 8:00 a.m.
Registration Deadline: April 22, 2017
Anyone wishing to donate a tax deductible prize; make a contribution, or needs additional information, please contact Joe Glover at 214.437.4818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, call Shannon Pulido at 682.221.7663
Was not as large crowd as had been expected, but enthusiasm was high! The crowd was largely Latino, but there was representation from all communities. In addition, there were both young, old and everything in between. And, it took a full 60 minutes to film the crowd from front to back, as they were coming. Please visit www.nuestravozdetc.com to see video. As for counter protesters, I counted maybe three and they could not be called enthusiastic. It was as if their protest had been called off and someone forget to tell them, maybe the Trump effect is beginning to wear off.
As for the speakers, there was Congressmen, State Reps, local politicians, faith leaders and MLK 111. Jamie Fox and Danny Glover was announced but I had to leave so cannot confirm. As for me, I attended with my wife and a couple of grandkids that also helped with some video and pictures. I am glad we went as a family as most that day were, because a march for Justice is a march for all of us. In addition, as I grow older I realize that the only way to leave a living legacy is to share your values and beliefs with others that will continue the fight. We are put on this earth to help others, so we must at times put action to words, less words become hollow.
By A. Govea