This festive, entertaining evening starts with a 6:30-7:30pm social hour with an array of light hors d'oeuvres and an "open bar" (liquor included during this hour only; BYOL thereafter). From 7:30-9:30pm EDW's Red Coats will serve a 3-course dinner. Entree choices are: beef tenderloin, chicken Marsala, or Dijon-crusted broiled salmon. You'll be dancing to the wide range of popular dance music provided by the Jim Bowie Band from 9pm to 12:30am. This band regularly takes requests. In previous years our large dance floor has stayed full - all evening!
We've had a large, enthusiastic, fun-loving crowd of 200-225 in recent years. Our main hall and spacious dance floor can easily accommodate 250-plus. Contact your friends, line up your group now. Any thoughts, questions, suggestions? Call: Bob Muschamp, 703-489-2856. Tickets will be available in the Columbus Club office by mid-November. There will also be more information in the December Knight Life regarding tickets.
Tickets are available in the Columbus Club Main office inside the Columbus Club Hall from 8:30am to 5pm M-F. Call the CC Office, 703-533-9656, ext. 311, to order your tickets providing credit card information. Tickets will placed in envelopes for pick up on New Year’s Eve, unless you opt to pick up sooner.
Add one or more of the listed charities for $10 (except PKD which is $3.65). If you want to donate more than the set amount you can adjust the quantity in your cart (e.g. quantity 2 for KOVAR equals $20, quantity 5 equals $50, etc...)
Knights of Virginia Assisting Citizens with Intellectual Disabilities. A Virginia Knights of Columbus Charity established in 1971 to provide financial assistance through grants and home loans to tax exempt organizations providing training and assistance to citizens with intellectual disabilities
Virginia Knights of Columbus Charities, Inc. In 1994, the Virginia State Council of the Knights of Columbus incorporated the charity committee to form VKCCI for the purpose of carrying out the first principle of our order, "Charity." VKCCI helps support those citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia who are unable to provide support for themselves or their family members, and have exhausted all other avenues of relief. VKCCI provides grants of up to $2,000 to individuals in need.
The PKD Fund (Penny a Knight per Day) is a Virginia State Council charitable fund that is used specifically to promote and support the deacons, priests and sisters that serve our Church.
EDW Building Fund
Donations designated to this fund go directly towards necessary maintenance and other improvements to our campus. Help preserve the legacy handed down to us by our Brother Knights who purchased our beloved home which allows us to do many the many special things that we do for both Council and Community.