Open to boys beginning in first grade. Boy Scouts promotes good citizenship, sportsmanship, and duty to God and family. Parents and family participation is highly encouraged by the den or troop leader. Pack meetings are monthly.
Knights of Columbus
For many men the Knights of Columbus engenders the image of a united organization, efficiently going about tasks of charity, unity fraternity, patriotism and defense of the priesthood.
Knights of Columbus membership is open to all practical Catholic men 18 years of age or older. A practical Catholic is one who lives up to the Commandments of God and the Precepts of the Church.
Here are some of the activities for the Church:
Financial support for seminarians
Penny a Knight a Day for Catholic Eduction
The Knights of Columbus are led by Jay Dansand and meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. The officer's meeting is the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm.
For more information, contact Jay Dansand - email@example.com
The purposes of the organization are to participate in the religious, charitable and educational Apostalates of the Church. Catholic Daughters engages in creative and spiritual programs which provide its members with the opportunity to develop their God-given talents in meaningful ways that positively influence the welfar of the Church and all people throughout the world. Catholic Daughters strives to embrace the principal of faith through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all.
Catholic Daughters provides its members with updated programs to serve the current needs of church and country. The programs cover a vast scope of activities beginning at the parish level and expanding into all concerns of today's church and society.
Congratulations to Daniel Mares!
Eagle Scout Award Presented--(Appleton, WI) Daniel Mares, age 18 of Appleton, Wisconsin, has earned the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award. A graduate of Appleton East High School Tesla program, Daniel Mares is the son of Beth and Charlie Mares of Appleton, Wisconsin.
A member of Troop 2 sponsored by First United Methodist Church and led by Scoutmaster Ron Litsheim, Daniel Mares is one of about 3 percent of all Boy Scouts who attain the rank of Eagle Scout.
Each Eagle Scout must earn at least 21 merit badges, show leadership and successfully plan and supervise an Eagle Service Project. This service project demonstrates a Scout’s capacity and willingness to exert his leadership ability in activities that are constructive and worthwhile in his community. In summer 2017, Daniel Mares chose to organize and lead the design and fabrication of three different obstacles for the Cole’s Cancer Crusade children’s obstacle course. The Cole’s Cancer Crusade event benefits the Snowdrop Foundation.
In addition to scouting, Daniel Mares has been active in robotics and soccer.