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Saturday, December 31, 2016

Pancake Breakfast - Jan. 8 - SJF

My Dear Brother Knights,
    Merry Christmas!  And Happy New Year!

   First up for the new year is a pancake breakfast at St. John Fisher on January 8th.  We'll start setting up at 8 am.  I have some SJF youth to help as well.

   If you are able to volunteer for part of the day or all day, please let me know.

  And Ted and Ken, how can we help you in getting the supplies from the closet and shopping for supplies?

  God bless.

Deacon Scott

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

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Merry Christmas and happy new year,

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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Marian Dogmas

Hi Brother Knights.  Merry Christmas

I was reading a blog about the possible fifth and final dogma of Mary; that she is the Advocate, Mediatrix of all graces and Co-Redemptrix.  These terms are somewhat confusing and easily misunderstood.  All this is not approved yet.. .and may never be.  But the conversation by theologians is pretty interesting.

The Catholic Church, in her history, has approved four Marian Dogmas:
1.  Divine Motherhood (Mother of God)
2.  Perpetual Virginity
3.  Immaculate Conception (She was conceived free from original sin)
4.  The Assumption (Taken to heaven body and soul)

Incidentally, the "infallibility" of the pope has only been used twice in the past 100 years or so in connection with establishing these last two dogmas.  Infallibility is grossly misunderstood by non- Catholics who think we believe everything the pope says is infallible.

Incidentally #2; Mary identified herself as "The Immaculate Conception" to Bernadette in Lourdes France, during the apparitions there.  Bernadette had never heard that term before, but repeated what she had heard.  Those apparitions have been approved by the Vatican.

So anyway, this fifth dogma, if it happens in our lifetime, would be very interesting.  And here's some of the discussion here:
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/davearmstrong/2016/12/dialogue-w-protestant-apologist-re-bible-mary-mediatrix.html


Monday, December 5, 2016

Congradulations to our Essay Contest Winners!

St. John Fisher:

Tied for first place first place winners are:
815 - Fiona Lenth
821 - Lilo Pham

and second place is:
812 - Ava Krippaehne

St. Clare's
First Place Lucy Quinn (sc10)
Second Place Dominic Duda (sc13)
Third Place Timothy Crimmins (sc15)

From our State Health and Welfare Chairman

Dear Brothers

The funeral for Sir knight Arnold Depner was held on  Monday November 7, 2016.  Prayers are requested for the repose of Arnold soul, who turned 100 on January 16, 2016, and his family.  Arnold joined the knights June 1, 1943 and  received his Patriotic Degree on May 1, 1962.

Funeral Services were held on SaturdayNovember 12th at Immaculate Conception Church in Stayton for Sir Knight Donald E Porter an Honorary Life Member of St Anthony Council 2439 and a member of the Knights for over 55 years.  Don was also a 4th Degree Member of Archbishop Howard Assembly 900.  Prayers are requested for the repose of Donald soul.

Anna Silvia, wife of Frank R Silvia Jr. Passed away on Monday, November 14th 2014 from complications of diabetes.  Frank is the Immediate Past Grand Knight of council 7246 in Newport and a Past DD and Past State Warden.  There were no plans for a service at that time. Please pray for Anna’s soul and for healing for Frank and their son and daughter.

On November 15 our Brother, good friend and PSD Dave Denton had surgery at River Bend Hospital in Eugene to remove the large tumor in and around his stomach area.
Joyce has informed us that, "the surgery was a success and the Doctor felt confident he got it all". To get it all...they had to take half his stomach, much of his pancreas and his spleen.
Dave came home on Thanksgiving day. Joyce is happy with Dave's progress but its going to be a long hard road to recovery. Please keep Dave and Joyce in your prayers.

Brother Florian "Pat" Peters passed away on November 17th. Pat was born on July 7, 1926 and was 90 when he passed away. Pat became a Knight in April 1950 and had 66 continuous years of service as a Knight. He was a Charter member of Council #3591. Pray for his soul and his family.

Andrew F. Robinson, Jr
Health & Welfare Chairman

Saturday, December 3, 2016

November Volunteer Hours are due by December 10

Dear Brother Knights,
  Please remember to submit your hours to me.  You can use the form that Ted has set up or email a list of what you have done, ideally sorted under the columns of Community, Life, Youth, Church/Vocations, Council and Family.
http://informationr.us/JohnClareCouncilMonthlyReporting.html

  May God bless you. 

Deacon Scott scoitik18@yahoo.com

Update from Kathy Nichols

From: "Kathy Nichols" <kathyclyde54@gmail.com>

As of today [Saturday] Clyde is still in ICU.   They are still trying to discover where
these blood clots are coming from.    They are pleased with his progress but will not be releasing him from ICU yet.  The doctor tells me it is a day by day. Is still  on oxygon . He is eating well and in good spirits.   

Keep the prayers going.  Thank you to everyone.      We love you all.

blessings,   Kathy

Friday, December 2, 2016

Some Announcements

Pro-Life Rosary at St. Clare's at 3:00pm during Adoration on Saturday December 3.
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Kathy Nichols sends this request for prayers for her husband Clyde.  Clyde and Kathy are long time parishioners at St. Clare's.

I took Clyde to Doctor this a.m. and they put him in an ambulance to OHSU.
After 4 hours of tests, they concluded that it was many small blood clots floating
in his lungs.   He is in ICU on Heperin and they will monitor the next couple of 
days.   Pray all goes well.........thanks."

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Finally, news from Supreme of the State Deputy meeting:
Brother Knights: 
 
During the recent meeting of state deputies, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson addressed the primary importance of membership recruitment and provided updates on other Knights of Columbus initiatives. Click here to read more.
 
The state deputies also watched a video highlighting events of the 2016 Supreme Convention in Toronto. This video is available here. Please share this video on your council's website and Facebook Page so that your community can learn the extent of the Knights of Columbus' good works! 

Sunday, November 27, 2016

December 15-17, a day of contemplation, a day of service

Theresa Duda writes that Christmas Box Filling will be December 15-16 at St. Clare's and that deliveries will be done on December 17th.

Ted Seeber reminds us that if you've signed up for the Men's Conference in Salem, that too is ?December 16-17.

So either way- if you are a Knight at St. Clare's, we expect you to be working on your own spirituality that weekend; either in service or retreat.

Come tell us about your weekend experiences on Monday, December 19 at our Advent Potluck!  Meeting is at 6pm in the St. Clare Parish Hall, and this is the meeting of the year to bring family and friends to!

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Catholic Climate Covenant Webinar

From Brother Daniel Salomon

We are excited to let you know about our upcoming webinar and to encourage you to start planning for Earth Day 2017! Scroll down to register for our webinar on Climate and Refugees and to sign up to receive our Earth Day Program Guide. As we prepare for the challenges ahead in 2017, we also hope you will take a few minutes on November 29th to share our Giving Tuesday campaign on social media.

Upcoming Climate Change and Migration/Refugees Webinar-REGISTER TODAY!


     “In the Footsteps of the Holy Family: Refugees
                  in an Era of Climate Change"

                       Wednesday, December 07, 2016
                      3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Eastern Time)

                                        REGISTER

This webinar will explore the impacts that climate change has on human migration and how climate change has already created climate refugees. Joining us will be Dr. Todd Scribner, Education Outreach Coordinator at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Department of Migration and Refugee Services, and Chantel Comardelle, Executive Secretary of the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribe in Louisiana, who has first-hand experience with displacement due to climate change.

As we enter the Christmas season, we'll take our inspiration from the example of the Holy Family's flight into Egypt, and explore how we are called to care for refugees around the world and to prevent additional displacement by acting on climate change.
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Earth Day 2017-REGISTER TO GET 2017 PROGRAM GUIDE
Save the Date! MARK YOUR CALENDAR for April 22 and plan to incorporate an Earth Day celebration into your parish or school’s spring programing.  Our Earth Day theme of, “Know the Creator Through Creation” complements the Earth Day Networks’ 2017 focus on climate literacy. The program will help your community understand how the fullness of God is reflected in all of creation and how we are responsible for safeguarding the Creator’s handiwork. The 2017 Earth Day program guide is being shaped now and will be emailed to you by mid-February if you are registered.

                          REGISTER FOR EARTH DAY GUIDE


Giving Tuesday

Please plan to support—and share with your friends—our Giving Tuesdaysocial media fundraising campaign.  Beginning this week, and continuing on to Giving Tuesday on November 29th, your gift can be worth double because of a generous sponsor who will match our Giving Tuesdaydonations up to $5,000. The next four years are likely to be challenging for those of us who strongly believe that we have a responsibility to care for God’s creation and the poor. With your support, we will re-double our efforts. Your generous gift will ensure that the Catholic voice and witness remains loud and strong. On Wednesday, November 22 – through Tuesday, November 29 please share our posts on Facebook and Twitter.  The matching donor, Liturgical Publications Inc., is matching all donations given on their special page, which is located here, or here: 
https://givingtuesday.weshareonline.org/CatholicClimateCovenant.
Sincerely,

Catholic Climate Covenant

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

New Charitable Policy

As our council has grown, it was suggested that we needed a rewrite of the charity policy.  The Financial Officers got together before our meeting Monday Night, and suggested several changes, some of which it was deemed needed a vote.  All changes, as you can see in the minutes, passed.  The following is an image of the PDF copy of the rewrite that Worthy Grand Knight Deacon Scott wishes us all to have a copy of.  You may need to click on it to view it in your browser.

Next Meeting- Christmas Potluck!

Mark your Calendars!  Next meeting will be a Christmas Potluck Social, invite your family!  We're keeping it the same night- third Monday, December 19th, 2016, and we'll be inviting both parishes.  St. Clare Parish Hall is the location, 6pm is the time.  Bring your favorite Holiday Dish!

In addition, for members, if you bring your checkbook or paypal your $35 dues to pdjarvis1@comcast.net , Phil will have your 2017 membership card ready at the Potluck, saving stamps and time to bill.

Best Advent Ever

Dynamic Catholic is once again offering one of these really holy free e-mail study programs.  Best Advent Ever starts November 27.  Click Here to Sign Up!

Monday, November 21, 2016

Meeting Notes November 21st, 2016

Opening

Roll Call of officers
Our Lord Jesus Christ Present
Grand Knight Present
Deputy Grand Knight Present
First Year Trustee Present
Second Year Trustee Present
Third Year Trustee Present
Financial Secretary Present
Treasurer Present
Recorder A
Chancellor Present
Lecturer Present
Chaplin Excused
Advocate Present
Outside Guard Absent
Inside Guard Excused
Warden Present

10 officers present, 11 brothers present

Reading of the previous Minutes- No recorder, so no minutes present

GK Remarks
Feast of Christ the King should be our Liturgical Celebration as Knights- to Go out and Be his Knights.

Treasurer's Report
$1994.81 Beginning balance
St. Clare Breakfast $409- Breakfast Stipend $235 for St. Clare's
SJF Breakfast $313- Outstanding to SJF Youth Group for $157
Paid $10 recycling fee

Financial Secretary's reports
31 members at present, 7 honorary life.  No bills outstanding for the council.  Either paypal pdjarvis1@comcast.net or bring your checkbook for our next meeting December 19th at 6:00pm (dinner meeting & Christmas Party), to avoid us spending money on stamps.

For the Good of the Order
First Sunday of Advent Year A- Matthew's reading for Sunday, First Sunday of Advent.  Matthew 24:37-44
Billy Graham- The Secret of Happiness.  Seek to produce the Fruits of the Spirit in our lives.
Have more of Christ this Advent, Trust in Him.

Updates

  • Monthly Rosary For Life- very successful, still going on
  • Essay Contest- Judges named
    • Ted Seeber
    • Ken Paulsen
    • Tom Owens
    • Daniel Salomon
    • Mike O'Phelan
    • Scott Kolbet
New Business


  • Request for Dan to help reunite his family, $400 to bring his wife from Vietnam
    • Motion Carries- $400 to help reunite this immigrant family, in keeping with the mission of Fr. McGivney.
  • Charitable Policy Changes
    • We have our Unity Savings Account for dues assistance to our brothers
    • Needs of our families
    • Needs of our Parish 
    • Refer individuals to more appropriate groups first
    • Requests from our Order
    • Charities we are connected with
    • Then to the larger community, funneled through our parishes when appropriate
    • Charities to support on a yearly basis:
      • St. Andre Bessette
      • Faith Cafe in Beaverton
      • Project Rachel through Catholic Charities
      • Mother and Child Education Center
    • Motion to give $100/year to our four Charity Organizations
      • Motion carries- at least for 2017, with Annual review, we donate $100 each to the four charities listed above,
      • Suggestion to review at November Meeting every year
  • Food Boxes - Knights should be involved.  Schedule TBA on the blog
  • Christmas Masses- volunteer for Greeters, Ushers, Eucharistic Ministers; Lectors
  • Get your reports in to our GK- it is good to see what we are doing as Knights
  • Good to read your magazine
  • Next Meeting Scheduled for December 19th 6pm- Potluck
  • Pancake Breakfast in January 8th at SJF
District Deputy's Report- Visit From Dave Saunders, District Deputy #1
  • Go read the State Newsletter online!
  • I miss you guys!
  • I want to come back to District 3
  • DD believes that 15485 is in good shape.
For Sick or in Distress:
  • Deacon Casey died Sunday Morning
  • Bonnie Owens- two operations coming up
  • For Daniel's parents for their safety in Israel
  • For those affected by the Earthquake in Japan
  • For the six kids killed in a Bus Crash in Chattenoga
Meeting Adjourned 8:15




Sunday, November 20, 2016

Council meeting tomorrow - Nov. 21

Dear Brother Knights,
  We will have our monthly council meeting tomorrow (Nov. 21) at 7 pm in the Fireside Room of St. Clare.
The Executive Committee (I think that is proper term - GK, Dep. GK, Trustees, Financial, etc) will meet at 6:30 to discuss our charitable giving plan.

God bless.

Deacon Scott

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Essay Contest

Dear Brother Knights,

For our contest, the essays for St. Clare and St. John Fisher have been completed.  Now we need volunteers to evaluate.

I suggest two teams to split up the work, with 3 people each.

If you are willing to help read essays and evaluate, please let me know.

I believe Ted has an evaluation form that we can use online.

I will be glad to read St. Clare essays.  I recuse myself from St. John Fisher as I have already read the essays as their teacher and to avoid a conflict of interest.

All essays will be sent to you digitally (pdf hopefully).

God bless.
Deacon Scott


Monday, November 7, 2016

October Volunteer Hours are due

Edit from Ted- I put the wrong title on this.  Please report your hours using either the form or the e-mail address below, for OCTOBER

Dear Brother Knights,
  Please remember to submit your hours to me.  You can use the form that Ted has set up or email a list of what you have done, ideally sorted under the columns of Community, Life, Youth, Church/Vocations, Council and Family.
http://informationr.us/JohnClareCouncilMonthlyReporting.html

  May God bless you. 

Deacon Scott scoitik18@yahoo.com

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Monday, October 31, 2016

This was an interesting training

You can tell how busy I'm getting by how far back in my e-mail I'm working on posting to my blogs.  http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1277826/9AB181F32E9F1CC6BF4F43ABCEFE83C6?mode=login&email=seebert42@gmail.com">October 23rd, Supreme held a training for recruiters
and as your membership chairman I attended.  The link above goes to the recording of the training.  I found it extremely interesting, and from it got a couple of ideas we will be talking about at the next meeting November 21st

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Remember to take time out to pray during this final week of the election season

And what better, than to join adoration at St. Clare's and St. John Fisher to pray for the unborn!

TWO CHANCES TO PRAY A ROSARY FOR LIFE WITH OUR COUNCIL AND COMMUNITIES!


SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 AT 3PM 

IN THE WEST TRANSEPT AT ST. CLARE'S DURING ADORATION!


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 AT 7PM
AT ST. JOHN FISHER DURING ADORATION!

PRAY FOR A CHANGE IN OUR CULTURE TOWARDS LIFE!



Friday, October 28, 2016

State Council Steps Up for Guadalupe Shrine

I have great news to share with everyone
Brother Bob Kish (past state deputy) and the other state officers voted to donate $2,850 towards the Oregon state KofC Shrine.
This donation pays off the remaining balance that we still needed to raise. We now have everything that was planned, funded

Bob Kish, and all other state officers
Thank you very much helping to complete this project
God bless
Doug Klein  

Just in time for the dedication tomorrow at 3pm at the Grotto.  Hope to see a few of you there.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Breakfast Results

Gross $460.31
Expenses  $147.31
Mass 1 net $210
Mass 2 profit $103
Total Net of $313

Donation: $156.50 to SJF Youth Group, who helped us with the Breakfast.

Thank you to our volunters Marc Gregoire, Evan Crader, Mike Devlin, Mike O' Phelan, Tom Owens, Michael Chau, Christopher Seeber, Ted Seeber, Jim VanDomelen, Paul Pompili, and of course, Breakfast Captain Ken Paulsen

Specific Kudos:

I think the breakfast was very successful on several levels.  Cash, Camaraderie and Community benefits.  The food was especially well prepared... Thanks for taking on the eggs Mike.  We got many compliments - in fact, one man donated an additional $20 after breakfast as a "tip".  
I will be preparing an inventory spreadsheet for our next (March) breakfast supplies.  I suggest that we forego buying meatless sausage because it is so expensive and there weren't many takers... (I pushed it at tables.)  I believe one of the two packages I bought was left over - but didn't see it after the event.   Overall, there wasn't a lot of food left over and so I think our purchasing list is close to what we need - provided that the customer count stays about the same.  Based on plate count, I think we served about 140 today.
Ken



Saturday, October 22, 2016

PANCAKE BREAKFAST SUNDAY!!!

This is just a reminder and call to all Knights to join us for fun and food Tomorrow, Sunday, at St. John Fisher.  We'll be serving breakfast after the 9am and 11am masses.

Our Grand Knight, Deacon Scott will open doors to the school cafeteria at 8:30am.  We'll be cracking eggs, flipping pancakes and setting up tables for the first rush after the 9am mass - around 10:15.   The second wave is after the 11am mass - around 12:15 - and we should be able to wrap up the clean up by 1pm.  Please come for one or both shifts; 8:30 to 11 or 11 to 1.
Brother Ken.

Friday, October 21, 2016

From the State of Oregon Knights of Columbus- Upcoming Events


OREGON STATE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
EVENT INVITATION
Saturday
October 29. 2016
From 3pm
The Grotto
8840 NE Skidmore St
Portland, OR 97220
Google Map

www.thegrotto.org

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Dedication of the Shrine at the Grotto
All Welcome and All Invited
2:00 ~ 3:00   1st group, (Alejandro) preform at the main Grotto's outside alter lower level.  Start  any time but end with the procession into the church at 3:00PM.
Priest to follow behind (Procession will be through the 4thdegree Sir Knights)
3:00 ~ 3:30 Father Jack, over sees the dedication and blessing in the main chapel (St Henry's Latino Choir assist Father Jack)
3:303:45 Reading of names to thank for all their support in make this shrine happen
3:45 ~ 5:00  2nd group, (Jessica) blow their sea shells to call the people to start the procession from the chapel to the outside main altar while the Color Guard of Sir Knights line the pathway towards the main outside altar.
4:00 ~  St Henry choir sings after Benediction until close
DEDICATION FLYER

UPCOMING EVENTS
TRAINING WEBINAR
SATURDAY OCT 22 at 11am

Our next webinar will take place tomorrow morning. The topic will be "Effective Recruitment: For Recruiters - By Recruiters."

Please click HERE to register for this training webinar.












 Knights Urge Prayer Before Election

Sunday Oct 30

Novena will be addressed to Mary, the Immaculate Conception, Patroness of the U.S.

Dear Brother Knight,  In preparation for Election Day, the Knights of Columbus is calling its members and all the faithful to join together in a novena to the Holy Trinity through the maternal intercession of the Blessed Mother, under her title of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the United States. On the nine days leading up to Election Day - beginning on Sunday, Oct. 30 and concluding onMonday, Nov. 7 - please join me and Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori in invoking the intercession of Mary, the Immaculate Conception, for our country. In 1791, America's first bishop, John Carroll, entrusted the country to the Blessed Mother, and in 1846 the bishops of the United States reaffirmed that dedication, declaring Mary as patroness of the United States under her title of the Immaculate Conception. I ask that you promote this national novena widely through the ranks of our brother Knights and their families, as well as at parishes in consultation with your local pastor. Thank you, Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson

 The Novena Prayer can be found HERE

Request from Tom Owens

Dear Fellow Knights,

As some of you may know, Michael Chau and I have been helping a poor Vietnamese friend who arrived in Oregon this summer with his 4 children ages 5 to 16. After being homeless for several months they have found a 3 bedroom duplex in Hillsboro with the aid of Community Action. The dad, Dan Mac, is looking for work and getting his children settled in school. He will be getting some basic furniture from Community Warehouse tomorrowbut is in great need of a number of things listed below. If you have any of these you would care to donate please bring them to the St. John Fisher pancake breakfast Sunday. Michael Chau and I will be helping at 10:30. You could also contact Tom Owens at 503.789.7313 to arrange to donate any items below. Thanks much.
Tom Owens

Bath towels
Kitchen towels
Sheets, pillows, pillow cases and comforters for
1 king size bed
1 queen bed
3 single beds
Old style mop
Broom
3 desks and chairs
Radio
Flat screen TV
Stereo
Basketball

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Dedication of Guadalupe Shrine

2:00 ~ 3:00   1st group, (Alejandro) preform at the main Grotto’s outside alter lower level.  Start  any time but end with the procession into the church at 3:00PM.
Priest to follow behind (process will be through the 4th degree Sir Knights that show up)
3:00 ~ 3:30 Father Jack, over sees the dedication and blessing in the main chapel (St Henry’s Latino Choir assist Father Jack)
3:303:45 Reading of names to thank for all their support in make this shrine happen
3:45 ~ 5:00  2nd group, (Jessica) blow their sea shells to call the people to start the procession from the chapel to the outside main altar while the Color Guard of Sir Knights line the pathway towards the main outside altar. 
4:00 ~ ?  St Henry choir sings after the blessing ceremony is over until close?


Supreme Calls for National Novena

Dear Brother Knight,
In preparation for Election Day, the Knights of Columbus is calling its members and all the faithful to join together in a novena to the Holy Trinity through the maternal intercession of the Blessed Mother, under her title of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the United States.
On the nine days leading up to Election Day — beginning on Sunday, Oct. 30 and concluding on Monday, Nov. 7 — please join me and Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori in invoking the intercession of Mary, the Immaculate Conception, for our country.
In 1791, America’s first bishop, John Carroll, entrusted the country to the Blessed Mother, and in 1846 the bishops of the United States reaffirmed that dedication, declaring Mary as patroness of the United States under her title of the Immaculate Conception.
The novena prayer can be found HERE.
I ask that you promote this national novena widely through the ranks of our brother Knights and their families, as well as at parishes in consultation with your local pastor.
Thank you,
Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

During the election, Pray For Life!

Two Chances to Pray a Rosary for Life with our Council and Communities!


Saturday November 5 at 3pm 

in the West Transept at St. Clare's during Adoration!


Tuesday, November 8 at 7pm
At St. John Fisher during Adoration!

Pray for a change in our culture towards Life!

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Archbishop Sample Writes us a Love Letter

You can download A True and Living Icon , Archbishop Sample's reflection on the Pope's exhortation on the family.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Meeting Monday October 17 7pm

Ted will have the doors open by 6:30 as usual.  Sorry for the late notice; it snuck up on us with such a busy month.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Request for help for a neighbor

To:    All members of Council 15485
From: James M. Morgan (503) 320-1510

     
ONE OF MY NEIGHBORS, MIKE WOLFE, HAS BEEN ON OREGON STATE DISABILITY BECAUSE OF A LOWER BACK INJURY AND HE NEEDS HELP MOVING FROM 7121 SW GARDEN HOME RD. APT. 1 TO 12017 SW TUALATIN RD. IN TUALATIN, OREGON 97062. (about 7 miles)
HE HAS TO MOVE AT 9 A.M. ON SATURDAY 10/29/16.

WE ARE TRYING TO FIND SEVERAL STRONG MEN WHO OWN PICK-UP TRUCKS TO HELP US MOVE HIS THING TO HIS NEW ADDRESS.  WE ALSO NEED SIX STRONG MEN TO MOVE HIS POSSESSIONS  FROM 10-FEET IN FRONT OF HIS APARTMENT ON THE GROUND-LEVEL AND UP 3-FLIGHTS OF STAIRS AT HIS NEW APARTMENT.

WE WILL BE MOVING
  • 1 HEAVY SOFA
  • 1 LIGHT RECLINER
  • 1 DINETTE SET WITH 3 CHAIRS
  • 1 FULL SIZE BED
  • 1 DRESSER
  • 2 LIGHT PIECES OF FURNITURE
  • 4 COFFEE SIZE TABLES
  • SOME LIGHT BOXES & DUFFLE BAGS CONTAINING CLOTHES, & MISC. HOME GOODS
I THINK WE CAN MOVE EVERYTHING IN SIX HOURS IF WE CAN GET 6 KNIGHTS AND TWO PICKUPS TO HELP !!!
Please call James M. Morgan at 503.320.1510 to confirm your help.

God Bless you
James M. Morgan