Grand Knight Brian Labrecque

Grand Knight:  Brian Labrecque

Holy Family Council 10019

Knights of Columbus Catholic Citizenship

Essay Contest Winner announced.

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2019 Winning Essay
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Knight of the Month
May 2020
Fr. John Sacreties

NOTABLES 2020-2021

Knights of Columbus Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest Winner announced.

Pictured L to R: Jerry Poulin - Presenter, 2nd Place Gabriella Roman, 1st Place Rieslynn Bernier, 3rd Place Lauren Fletcher, Bob Dumond – Essay Chairman

Essay Winner Rieslynn Bernier
2nd Place Gabriella Roman


Grand Knight - Brian Labrecque

Chaplain - Fr. Johnson Sacreties

Dep Grand Knight  - Dan Lake

Chancellor - Michael Blab

Warden - Ray Laplume

Recorder - Brian Wilson

Financial Secretary - Ray Martineau

Treasurer - Bob Roberge

Lecturer - Open

Advocate - Al Viens

Inside Guard - Dave Gervais

Outside Guard - Joe Hebert

Outside Guard - Dylan Labrecque

Trustee 1 year - Gordon Davis

Trustee 2 year - Jerry Poulin

Trustee 3 year - John Hibbard Jr.






















Program - Dan Lake

Faith - Brian Wilson

Community - Bob Roberge

Public Relations - Matt Viens

Family - Al Viens

Choir - TBA

Membership, Recruitment and Retention  - Matt Viens

Life - Gordon Davis

Vocations Chairman - Dan Lake

Kitchen Crew - Bob Roberge, Norm Lebel

Golf Director - Brian Labrecque

Video Slide Show - Matt Viens

Ins. Field Agent  - TBA

General Agent - Gregory White

Newsletter Editor - Bob Dumond

Webmaster - Bob Dumond














Holy Family Council 10,019

P.O. Box 7940

Lewiston, ME. 04243


Cell: 207-576-6288


Council Meetings held every 2nd & 4th Tuesday

of each month at 7 p.m. @ Holy Family

Church Hall.













     The Knights of Columbus is an organization fortified by its past, and driven by its goals for the future. It is through these five areas of service — faith, community, family, youth, and fellowship — that we truly make a difference.



As Knights, our faith is our foundation. Dedicated to the Catholic Church’s growth and her good works. We support religious outreach, promote vocations, and provide financial support for seminarians and postulates. This way, we help support our Church and strengthen our personal faith.


As committed as we are to the Catholic Church, so are we to our communities. By actively and financially supporting Special Olympics, by leading the charge in pro-life, or by safeguarding the environment, Knights of Columbus members all over the world have helped countless communities prosper.


As fathers and husbands, serving our families is not only part of what we do, it’s part of who we are. To that end, Knights of Columbus councils offer programs that strengthen family and marital bonds by holding numerous family focused events, including the “Family of the Month” program that honors outstanding families. Most importantly, as Knights, we are able to provide assistance and support to Knights and their families whenever needed.


The importance of helping today’s youth become tomorrow’s leaders is also a huge focus of the Order. For that reason, many local councils sponsor Columbian Squire Circles, the Order’s official youth organization for Catholic young men, ages 10–18, which provide them the unique opportunity to develop leadership skills. Additionally, through activities such as the Catholic Citizenship Essay contest, the Substance Abuse Poster contest, Coats for Kids program and the annual FreeThrow championship, the Knights of Columbus assists youth in building a strong sense of civic and religious responsibility.


To be a Knight means to believe in each other as we believe in ourselves; realizing that by creating strong, social, and supportive local councils, we help create a stronger Order worldwide and ensure an even stronger future.


Rev. Peter C. Conroy Assembly 2516

Faithful Navigator: Matt Viens

Assembly Officers 2020-2021

Faithful Navigator - Matt Viens

Faithful Friar - Fr. John Sacreties

Faithful Captain - Brian Wilson

Faithful Admiral - Bruce Labrecque

Faithful Scribe - Joseph Levasseur

Faithful Comptroller - Bob Roberge

Faithful Purser - Jerry Poulin

Faithful Pilot - Ray LaPlume

Inner Sentinal - Dave Gervais

Outer Sentinal - Joey Hebert

1 yr. Trustee - Ray Martineau

2 yr. Trustee - Maurice Moreau

3 yr. Trustee - Wesley Newcome



Honor/Color Guard - Norm Lebel


Rev. Peter C. Conroy Assembly

P.O. Box 7940

Lewiston, ME. 04243


Cell Phone: (207)240-7205

Assembly Meetings:

Every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m.

at Holy Family Church Hall (Except July and August)

Guard Practice:

Every 4th Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at Holy Family Church Hall (Except July and August)

3rd Place Lauren Fletcher

Photo by: Bob Roberge

Each year the Holy Family Knights of Columbus Council 10019 of Lewiston sponsor the Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest for the 8th graders at Saint Dominic Academy.  The theme this year was “Discuss the Meaning of Virtue and How You Live and Embody the Virtue of Charity”.  Twenty seven students participated in this year’s contest.  The winner of the Essay contest is Rieslynn Bernier.  Her essay will be submitted to the Maine State Council to be judged against 8th grade students across the State of Maine.  Gabriella Roman came in second and Lauren Fletcher third. Fact: Saint Dom’s 8th grade students have won the State championship the last four years in a row. Will Miss Bernier’s essay extend their winning streak to five?

Click here to see Miss Bernier's winning essay.

Family of the Month
May 202o
Peter Geiger & Family

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