20th Annual Golf Outing Coming Up

outing-teamThe 20th annual Harbor Beach Knights of Columbus golf outing is scheduled for September 10, 2016. This year’s event will be at Verona Hill Golf Course. As before, it’s a 5 person scramble with a shotgun start at 9:00am. Free water, pop, wine and beer will be served on course and a Chicken dinner will follow immediately after the event. As always, there will be an auction during dinner. The featured item is a Trane XR95 High Efficiency Furnace donated by Thumb Heating and Cooling. Here is the flyer and registration form.

Please consider sponsoring a hole or providing an item for the auction. The purpose of the tournament and auction is to raise money to support nondenominational groups and individuals in need in Huron County. Last years event hosted 21 teams consisting of 105 men and women golfers, who have supported us through the years. Click here for a sponsorship letter and form.

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19th Annual Golf Outing set for September 12th


It’s time to get ready for our annual Golf Classic. We have changed the venue back to th  Ubly Heights Golf Course this year. It’s a popular event so make sure you get your entries in early. Make sure you come with a bit of money because we will be auctioning off many valuable prizes after dinner. The major auction item is a Trane XR95 High Efficiency Furnace donated by Thumb Cooling and Heating (Kyle Mausolf).

Click here for the event flyer and entry form.

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Brother Robert Kelm to be ordained

Image of Robert KelmRobert Kelm is a member of Harbor Beach Council. We have been supporting his training for the past several years.

To download a copy of the invitation click here.

WHAT: Deacon Robert Kelm will be Ordained a Priest
WHEN: 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6
WHERE: Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, 615 Hoyt Ave., Saginaw

SAGINAW – On Friday, February 6, the Most Rev. Joseph R. Cistone, Bishop of Saginaw, will ordain Deacon Robert Deacon Kelm to the priesthood. The ordination Mass will take place at 2 p.m. at the Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption, 615 Hoyt Ave., Saginaw.

“As my ordination approaches, I am looking forward to celebrating Mass,” Deacon Kelm said. “I also look forward to ‘re-opening the gates of heaven’ to people through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.”

Deacon Kelm is currently assigned to Prince of Peace Parish in Linwood, Mich.  Some of his many duties since being ordained a Transitional Deacon last August include visiting parishioners in hospitals, administering the Sacrament of Baptism, participating in funeral liturgies and writing a column in the weekly parish bulletin. Deacon Kelm received his priestly formation at Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, Conn., and concluded his studies at Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit, Mich.

Prior to becoming a seminarian for the Diocese of Saginaw, Deacon Kelm earned a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering from Penn State University and a master of business administration degree from Lewis University.  He helped build nuclear power plants, worked with fuel cells and worked in other areas of engineering. As an engineer, he traveled to countries all over the world, including Sweden, Poland, Italy, Japan and India. Deacon Kelm is a native of Erie, Pa.

All are welcome and invited to attend the Mass of Ordination on February 6. Those interested in learning more about priestly vocations may contact Rev. Andrew Booms, director of priesthood vocations for the diocese at 989-752-8119 or via email at frandyb@gmail.com.

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