Officers: Grand Knight: Christopher
Grand Knight: Robert Treacy
Financial Secretary: Carmine Tabacco, P.G.K. (914) 377-1492
Treasurer: Richard Condon, P.G.K.
As the Columbian Year draws to a close, it is appropriate to reflect on the state of our Council and to set goals for the future. We will soon embark upon the 2007-08 Columbian Year, and our transitional period has come to an end. As I have stated previously in this space, the future is yours. We will be whatever you, the membership, want us to be. For obvious reasons, the summer is traditionally a slow time for Council activity. This does not mean that activity need be nonexistent. We are in search of activities, or even a single activity, to light the flame of fraternalism during the dog days. If you have any ideas, do not hesitate to share them. Your Council will be grateful.
I have written before of the exciting years ahead. Let us renew our commitment to seizing this opportunity and mining every bit of potential our membership has to offer. I hope to see you at our Council elections on the night of June 28th at .
I wish a safe and happy summer to you and your family.
Christopher C. Farley
Grand Knight: Christopher C. Farley
Deputy Grand Knight: Robert J. Treacy
Treasurer: Richard Condon
Financial Secretary: Carmine Tabacco
Chancellor: Steve Carlson
Warden: Bob Rehm
Advocate: Brian Farley
Recording Secretary: Derek Tabacco
Inside Guard: Eugene Leonard
Outside Guard: Julio Pimental
Librarian: Jerry Desmond
Home Assn President: Jim Maher
Trustees: Dennis Farley
Ken McLaughlin, Trustee Emeritus
Poker Chairman “Full Boat Bob” Rehm wishes to advise the membership that the next scheduled Poker Knight at the Council will be held on the evening of Friday, July 6th. Bluffing will be permitted. All welcome.
The Council will be open to all on Tuesday, July 10th for the Major League All Star Game. Members and their families are welcome to see baseball’s elite battle it out in a friendly fraternal atmosphere. Doors open at .
The Council’s Sixth Annual pilgrimage to Shea Stadium will be held on Saturday evening, July 14th. The opponent is the Cincinnati Reds, and the cost of $45 includes admission, round trip bus transportation, and refreshments en route. The Council will open at and the bus will depart promptly at . Longtime Met announcer Ralph Kiner will be honored in pre-game ceremonies. Anyone interested in attending should call Chris Farley ASAP at (914) 844-7432.
The Annual Boyd Oldtimers’ Day will be held on Saturday, September 15th at Indian Field. Mark the calendar and join us for a day of sun and fun.
The Boyd softball team has reached the midway point of the season with a 5 and 3 record, each of the losses by a single run. Skipper Brian Farley is confident that the team has turned it around and will play its best ball under the spotlight of the August playoffs. Anyone wishing to support the Council and take in a game can reach Brian at (914) 476-0929.
Andrea Cuggy wishes to remind the membership that she is continuing to collect empty metallic cookie tins. Andrea in turn ensures that the containers are used to ship goods to US military personnel overseas. Anyone wishing to assist this effort may call the Council or drop off the tins either on election night or the night of the Major League All Star Game. Thank you.
Spielberg beware: Our own Adam
Piaciente honored by New York International Film Festival for both his acting
and writing in “Typecasting,” named Best Comedy Short… Jim Jones quite the
proud papa on daughter Jamie’s wedding day…Taking the plunge department: Keith Bresciani sky high after popping the
question. She said yes! Tim McCarthy set to stroll down the aisle
July 14th in Aruba and Brendan O’Keefe counting down to July 28th
Pittsburgh wedding…Ken McLaughlin still red-faced after traveling across the
Bronx to take in Boyd game at Pelham Bay.
The contest was at Harris Field, you see… Did Tim Hearns really make those
onions rings for Tony Soprano at Holsten’s?... Congrats to Marist grad and