Olympic Golf (*through November 5th)
Tee of Hampton Roads
followed by Social Meeting at 7:30
Meeting (1st Degree Exemplification)
of the Month - May
Joe and Joyce Burns
of the Month - May
Robert Doheny Jr.
- The social event on Friday August 5th was
a success with around 25 attendees!
For those unable to attend here are a few
notes gathered from the guest speaker
regarding fire prevention.
- Change the batteries of your smoke alarm
- Change the entire smoke alarm every ten
- 3 Decades ago it took about 17 minutes
to get out safely from the house; however,
it currently takes about 3 minutes to get
Mark your calendars...
- Sunday September 9th - Eucharistic
Procession – Virginia Beach Boardwalk
- Saturday November 5th -Sunday November 6th
– Special Olympics Fall Championships
- Saturday December 10th - Wreath Ceremony
at Albert G. Horton Cemetery
- Council Christmas Party - Date and time to
be determined, watch here for updates!
- Christmas Eve - Parking lot support will
be needed. Check back here for times.
is a family, fraternal, and charitable organization
that serves the community surrounding the parish of
Catholic Church. We are located at 1505
Kempsville Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23464,
USA. The Grand Knight for the 2016-2017
fraternal year is Ed D. Malana. You can contact the
Grand Knight by email at email@example.com,
or by mail or telephone at the address
and number at the top of this page.
The Council business meeting is the 3rd Friday of
each month at St Mark Catholic Church, beginning at
7:30pm. Many Council social events are on the
1st Friday of each month, following the parish 1st
Friday Rosary which begins at 7:00pm in the Daily
Chapel. Please check upcoming events at the
top of this page or in the Newsletter for dates and
times of all events and activities.
establishment in December of 1990, Kempsville
Council #10515 has grown to about 140 members.
We are active in both our geographic and faith
communities; supporting several worthy causes and
lending assistance where and when we are
needed. Some examples include our involvement
with Virginia Special Olympics Fall Championships
and Polar Plunge, assisting citizens with
intellectual disabilities, and the city's Adopt-a-Highway project
where Brother Knights and their families
maintain and beautify the section of Kempsville
Road adjacent to Saint Mark Catholic
Church spanning from Indian River Road
to Centerville Turnpike. Additionally,
the Knights of Columbus are dedicated to championing
the Right to Life for all humans, born and
unborn. By joining the Knights and
donating some of your precious time and talents, you
too can feel a greater sense of personal fulfillment
as well as lend needed assistance to the
community. Contact our Chancellor today,
for more information on becoming a Kempsville
Council Brother Knight.
Knight is elected for an annual term and provides
overall leadership for the council. Information
about our officers can be found on the Officers Page
(see navigation panel for a link to that
page). We owe thanks to the leadership of our
Past Grand Knights who are recognized in the attached
page. We also remember and pray for
those of our members who are deceased, as noted in this memoriam.