Welcome to the web site of the
Knights of Columbus Council 10914 of St. Patrick's Parish
in Onalaska, Wisconsin www.stpatsonalaska.com. We invite all practicing Catholic
men of our parish age 18 and older to join our ranks and
take a more active role in their faith. Please take a
few moments to view the rest of this site and feel free
to contact any one of our officers for more information.
2016 KC Scholarship Application
The 2016 St. Patrick’s Knights of Columbus scholarship application is now available on the Council web site. This $500 scholarship will be made available to a graduating high school senior of the parish who is pursuing post-secondary education. Completed application documents need to be submitted by
Friday, March 18th, 2016. If you have any questions regarding the scholarship, please contact Brian Wyland at 797-6878. get the application.
Fathers For Good
Fathers for Good www.fathersforgood.org is a website sponsored by the Knights to encourage men to be better fathers.
Soccer Program Opportunity
If anyone has an interest in Soccer and would like to become involved and chair a Soccer Challenge contest for our council, I have the entire packet for review. Please contact me at 608-779-4240 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Council Hosts District Free-Throw Competition
K of C Apparel Pricing - Monogram KC Shirts / Name Badges
The Onalaska Knights of Columbus hosted the local champions from Bangor, Holmen and Onalaska in the district level Free Throw Championship at St. Patrick’s on February 14th. Lauren Plantz was the 10-year-old girls’ champion and Matthew Herro was the winner of the 10 year-old boys’ division. In the 11 year-olds’ bracket, Mara Anderson was the girls’ champion and Andy Dunham was the boys’ champion. 12-year-old winners in the girls’ and boys’ divisions were Leah Kerkman and Connor Haag. The 13-year-old girls’ division winner was Lauren Sutton and the boys’ division winner was Canon O’Heron. Ryan Wesely was the 14 year-old winner. Each contestant was allowed 25 free-throw attempts in the contests. The champions will move on to the next level of competition on March 13 at Cashton High School.
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Our council meets the 4th Wednesday
of every month at 7 p.m. in the Gathering Space.
About Our Council
Council 10914 was chartered in
July of 1992 with 37 charter members with the first Chaplain
being Fr. William Matzek and the first Grand Knight, Charlie
Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism are the cornerstones
of our Order which focuses on active involvement by our
members in the areas of church, community, council, family
With over 1800 families at St. Patrick's we have tremendous potential for growth. We
currently have a nice mix of younger and 'more seasoned'
members which has given our council a wonderful balance
of energy and character. We would be happy to have you
join us! See our Membership
Page for details.