Council 103 Contributes
to Habitat for Humanity's Projects
most of us know by now, Habitat for Humanity has become
a focus of Council 103's community support activities. Council 103 volunteers
frequently join together at a Habitat building site
in a spirit of community fellowship.
While the photos associated with this
taken at Habitat's King street location, they
reflect the sprit and enthusiasm
our council volunteers have carried over to all local
Habitat projects in which we participate.
Habitat original organizer Rene' Manghue, pictured right,
states our council's ongoing collaboration / cooperation
with Habitat "...is a relationship
we’re particularly happy to build upon. The
camaraderie, goodwill / good work, is good, clean fun and
what we're largely about as a core value."
(Pictured at left is council volunteer John Filipi.)
Knights of Columbus -
Monsignor Eugene F. Marshall Council 103 - Pittsfield,
Massachusetts exemplify the Knights' principles of
charity and community service through helping Habitat for
Humanity provide homes for local families.
Above, two adjacent Habitat for Humanity homes, situated
off King Street in Pittsfield, are located only a short
distance from K of C Council 103's Saint Charles
103 Habitat for Humanity volunteers, pictured left to right
above, are George Anderson and Rene' Manghue.
At work below right are George
Anderson and Guy Noto framing a wall at the
King Street project.
If you too would like to participate in a cause that serves both
our Church and Community, do not hesitate to join us.
Your involvement is both welcomed and wanted. Rene', your Brother Knights, and Habitat for Humanity officials will make you comfortable
in helping the Knights help
Volunteers do not need to provide their own tools to help out - Habitat will supply from an on-site tool crib
(although take along anything from home you'd like). Refreshments are also provided.
Call Jack Laviolette 464-6009 for more information or to offer
your services and sign up for the next K of C Council 103 / Habitat for Humanity outing.