Things the Knights have done in this fraternal year

With generous donations we were able to give a total of $2000.00 in cash and baby supplies each to Little Flower, Mary’s home for Hope, Alternatives, and Marisol Family. Through our ASAP (Aid and Support After Pregnancy) these 4 organizations will receive an additional check of $400.00 from Knights of Columbus Supreme Council. Marisol Health received a check from us for $1355.39 and will receive an additional check from Supreme Council for $200.00.
Supporting cub scouts and their pinewood derby race by handing out pinewood derby kits.
Helping the cub scouts with their race after they built their cars from St. Nick
A new track was used this year after a generous donation from a Cub Scout parent.

The Knights of Columbus are proud to announce the winners of our Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest. We had 72 entries this year which is the most entries that I’ve had in the 5 years of running the contest. The majority of the posters were from our 5–7-year-old having 43 total. We had 6 from the 8–10-year-olds and 23 form the 11–14-year-olds. We let our guess at the Keep Christ in Christmas dinner judge our posters. I had the honor to present all our participants with a nice certificate. The top three in each age group received not only a certificate but also a ribbon and some cash money. 
Knights of Columbus has a monthly pancake breakfast that runs from September through May. Breakfasts are donations only with proceeds donated to different ministries of the Our Lady of Fatima Parish.

Exemplification and Farewell – May 24th

Brother Knights,
We will be celebrating an Exemplification on May 24th at 6:30 pm in the Parish Hall. In addition to welcoming a number of new Brothers into the Knights, we will be saying farewell to Brother Keith Mobley who is moving off to Florida. We will have hamburgers and hot dogs and some drinks afterwards and we are asking you to bring a side dish or dessert that goes with such a fine fare. The link below will take you to the sign up genius for bringing a side dish and to RSVP that you will be coming so we know how many hamburgers and hot dogs we need to prepare.

See you all on the 24th.

Vivat Jesus, 
JPickard GK

Updates and Happenings

Brother Knights,

A few updates and opportunities to participate in some activities.

  • Saturday January 22nd we will helping with the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby. Time and location still to be determined so that information is forthcoming.
  • Saturday and Sunday the 22nd and 23rd will be our membership drive weekend. 
  • February 6th we will be hosting our Free Throw contest in the school Gym.

If you have any questions or would like any more information on any of theses events please call me at 720-317-0511. I also post information about upcoming opportunities on our Calendar at

Vivat Jesus,
John Pickard

Upcoming Events

Brother Knights,
Just a reminder that we have our November Pancake Breakfast coming up on November 28th. Please consider signing up to help even if it were just for a couple hours. If you haven’t been to a breakfast in awhile, just come by, have some pancakes and check it out.

Mark your calendar for December 11th as well as that will be our Keep Christ in Christmas dinner. We would love to see as many Knights and their families attend as possible. More information to come.
Vivat Jesus,
John Pickard

Upcoming Events

  • Reminder on some dates to save if you can:
    • September 11- Set up and clean up for the Parish Picnic and Fr Henri 40th celebration.
    • September 18th-In God We trust event in Aurora
    • September 19th-Our first Pancake breakfast 
    • October 16th – Helping out at the Oktoberfest Sundancer
  • Recurring events:
    • 2nd Tuesday of the month-Business meetings
    • 4th Tuesday of the month-Planning meetings
    • Meetings are hybrid with in-person and virtual participation and are kept to one hour.
    • 2nd Saturday of each month-Prayer in the Square for the unborn at 20th and Kipling after the 8:15 mass.
  • Other events being planned
    • Celebration for the completion of the Congo water/Latrine project. It will be on a Saturday morning so that we can Zoom with the folks from the Congo.
    • Tootsie roll fundraiser for those with intellectual disabilities at a King Soopers and after masses-some time in September