Business Meeting

Business Meeting - 2nd Tuesday of each
month at 7:30pm in Church Social Hall.
Next Meeting - June 9, 2020

Social Meeting

Social Meeting - 4th Week of each
month at 7:00pm in Church Social Hall.
Next Meeting - TBA

Council Information

The Father Albert J. Todd Council is located at St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Fuquay-Varina at 1005 Wilbon Rd. The Grand Knight for 2019-2020 is Fred Brown.

Council Meetings

The meetings are held in the St. Bernadette Catholic Church hall. The Business Meeting is the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM, and the Social Meeting is the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM.  Times are subject to change.  Attend the business meeting and win a door prize. See Activities page for details.

About Our Council

Father Albert J. Todd Council was founded December 7, 1997 through the efforts of District Deputy Keith Stringer. It is named after Father Albert J. Todd, who was a parish priest in Garner, NC. He was instrumental in starting St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Fuquay-Varina, NC. The Father Albert J. Todd Council works closely with St. Bernadette Catholic Church, providing funds for various projects, assisting the parish priest's when called upon, with members being active participants in the parish, etc...

Mary, Queen of the Knights

our lady logo100Our Lady, Queen of the Knights, bless all the activities of our Order. Keep us true to the pledge to extend the kingship of thy Divine Son on earth. Through Thine intercession, win for us the grace ever to exemplify in our public and private lives, the virtues which should characterize those specially dedicated to the service of the heavenly court. Make us always aware that as your Knights we are constantly observed, our faith judged and our Order appreciated. Accept, O Mary, this renewed pledge of fealty and devotion of thy servants, the Knights of Columbus. Amen. †



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Business meeting is 2nd Tuesday at 7:30 pm in St. Bernadette Church Hall. At the end of the Business Meeting, we will be drawing from the members in good standing for a $10 attendance prize and if you are in attendance you win. Otherwise you will forfeit and it will be added to the next months attendance prize and so on up to the $120 max. until there is a winner. Then it starts over again.

Monthly Attendance Prize Winner (MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE TO WIN!!!)
2019 MonthKnightPrizeAttended
January 8 Not Drawn $00 Yes/No
February 12 Not Drawn $00 Yes/No
March 9 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
April 14 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
May 10 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
June 11 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
July 9 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
August 13 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
September 10 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
October 8 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
November 12 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No
December 10 Bro. Knight ??? $00 Yes/No

Social meeting is 4th Tuesday at 7:00 pm in St. Bernadette Church Hall. Will be announced at Business Meeting if one is being held.

Our council hosts a large number of council activities throughout the year.

Samples of our family and community activities include: Knight of the Month, Family of the Month, Knight of the Year, Family of the Year, and Golden Knight of the Year. Pot Luck suppers, Bicycle Repairs for Christmas distribution, Children's Read - A - Thon, Youth Basketball Free Throw competition at the local, district and state levels, and a Youth "anti-drug" Poster Contest, Talent Show, Bingo, Blood Drive.

Some of our fund raising activities include: St. Patrick's Supper, Yard Sale, Monthly Pancake Breakfast, Weekly Jackpot Bingo, Spaghetti Dinner, Memorial Mass, State Raffle, Operation LAMB " Least Among My Brethren" Helping people with mental retardation, Baby Bottle Program for Pro-Life Activities.

Church Activities include: K of C Mass, Memorial Masses, assisting our Parish Pastors, and helping with the annual church picnic.

2019 Fundraiser Events

Pancake Breakfast - TBA

Lenten Fish Fry - March 8, 22 and April 12, 2019 4-7 pm

Jackpot Bingo held every Thursday night (except on Holidays and Holy Days)
Knight in Need Dinner - TBA

2019 Tournaments

State Bocce Ball Tournament - TBA 
State Golf Tournament - TBA 

2019 State Raffle On Sale Now!

Click 2015 State Raffle Winners for list of winners.

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Members Information Page

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To email the entire membership that have emails send an email to
the Grand Knight and after approving it he will forward it on the the membership.

2017 - 2018 Officers2017 - 2018 Directors
Grand Knight: Tim Roberts LAMB: Richard Bodnar
Deputy Grand Knight: Rich Mitchell Family: Joshua Evans
Chaplain: TBA Church: James Lawson
Chancellor: Joseph Falciglia Membership: Chris Craney
Recorder: Rich Pupi Youth: James Burke
Financial Secretary: Roy Leckonby Culture of Life: Joe Lee
Treasurer: Karl Seitz Council: Al Munno
Lecturer: TBA Health: Tom Fornabaio
Advocate: Tony Perna Community: Joe Beiras
Warden: Drew Bevis Program: Rich Mitchell
Inner Guard: Eddie Divito Retention: Tim Roberts
Outer Guard: Joe Berias Public Relations: Tim Roberts
3 Year Trustee: Jim Burke Vocations: TBA
2 Year Trustee: Sonny Butler  
1 Year Trustee: Bill Barry Webmaster: Peter Majewski


Need to be reimbursed for council related expenses? Please use this form.

Official Council By-Laws

Copy of Audits are available for you to view.

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1st Half 2007   2nd Half 2007
1st Half 2008   2nd Half 2008
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roster  Council Roster
Updated 03/28/17

Brother occupation/hobby survey

2007 Baby Bottle Final Report

Not all of the meeting minutes have not been sent to me, so some are unavailable.

Council's Business Meeting Minutes for 2017

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Supplies for a Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Breakfast Worker Sign-in Sheet

Spaghetti Dinner Worker Sign-in Sheet

Pancake Breakfast Inventory Blank

Pancake Breakfast Supplies Purchase Report 

Free Throw Guide  /  Free Throw Kit

Essay Guide  /  Essay Kit

Substance Abuse Poster Contest  /  Substance Abuse Kit

Blitz Materials Order Form

Baby Bottle Campaign  /  Bottle Labels

Do It For God Poster - Baby Bottle Campaign  /  Do It For Her Poster - Baby Bottle Campaign

Do It For You Poster - Baby Bottle Campaign  /  Together Campaign Poster - Baby Bottle Campaign

Today Bulletin - Baby Bottle Campaign  /  Thanks Bulletin - Baby Bottle Campaign

Next Week Bulletin - Baby Bottle Campaign

Form 101 - FS Application Form    Form 103 - FS Nomination Form 

Form 185 (Report Of Chosen Council Officers) 

Form 365 (Service Program Personnel Report) 

These Men they Call Knights 

LAMB on the Internet    K of C Council Forms

We now have our personalized K of C Store for merchandise!


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Membership / Instructional Videos

Below is a listing of video productions available from the Knights of Columbus. Please note you will have better results viewing these videos on high speed internet access rather than a dial-up modem.

Audio/Video clips require RealPlayer, a free download.

To Be a Patriot
This video is an excellent introduction to the Fourth Degree and should be shown to all Third Degree members and their families as part of a recruitment campaign. (12 Minutes)

Membership Recruitment Blitz -- Broadband
A Membership Recruitment Blitz is an all-out recruiting drive conducted over one weekend. This video explains the steps for conducting a Membership Recruitment Blitz. (5 minutes, 10.5 mb)

Membership Recruitment Blitz -- Dial-up
A Membership Recruitment Blitz is an all-out recruiting drive conducted over one weekend. This video explains the steps for conducting a Membership Recruitment Blitz. (5 minutes, 1.6 mb)

Fourth Degree: The Visible Arm of the Order
This is a training video emphasizing proper procedures for common rituals, proper handling of the sword, and protocol. It is a companion piece to the Fourth Degree Drill Manual and serves as visual representation of the instructions in the manual. (20 Minutes)

The District Deputy - Key Link to our Success
This spirited program outlines the duties and responsibilities of the district deputy as a manager, communicator and motivator and highlights the importance of an effective district deputy in the overall success of the Order. (15 Minutes)




Our Charter

Awards This Council Has Received

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STAR Council
  • 1998 - 1999
  • 2000 - 2001
  • 2003 - 2004
  • 2006 - 2007
  • 2005 - 2006
  • 2008 - 2009
Honor Council
  • 1998 - 1999
  • 2001 - 2002
Distinguished Council
  • 1999 - 2000
  • 2000 - 2001
  • 2002 - 2003
  • 2003 - 2004
Founders Award
  • 1997 - 1998
  • 2002 - 2003
  • 2004 - 2005
Operation LAMB
  • 1998
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
(2) Top Three Program
Award For Youth Activity
Columbian Award
  • 1999 - 2000
ECA Program
  • 1999 - 2000
NC State Council -
Largest Net Gain Div I
  • 2000 - 2001
NC State Council -
2nd Place Largest Net % 
Membership Gain Div II
  • 2001 - 2002


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Father Albert J. Todd
Council Directors


Photo, Name and
Contact Information

Email the Directors at:

919-552-8758 x 201

Program Director
TracyRich Mitchell

Church Director
Chris Craney smChris Craney

LAMB Chairman
Richard BodnarRichard Bodnar

Community Director
Joe BeirasJoe Beiras

Culture of Life Director
Richard CarberryRichard Carberry

Council Director/Bingo Chairman
Al Munno smAl Munno

Public Relations
TimCTim Chetney

Family Director
TimCTim Chetney

Youth Director
JimB smJim Burke


Membership Director
Al Munno smAl Munno

Insurance Promotion
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TPerna smTony Perna

Health Services
Jim BurkeTom Fornabaio

Retention Chairman
Tim RobertsSK Tim Roberts

jst peterPeter Majewski



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Whether helping the poor, the sick, the orphaned and the widowed, or supporting their Catholic brothers with their practical or spiritual needs, the first Knights of Columbus stood ready to help.

Since 1882, we've been working for the improvement in the lives of our members and our societies.  Today, the Knights of Columbus boasts a membership of over 1.8 million strong, and growing!

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Who are the Knights?

The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.7 million members. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families and young people.

Membership Benefits

As a member of the Knights of Columbus you and your family enjoy many benefits, including 12 free issues annually of the Columbia magazine, the world's largest Catholic family magazine, eligibility to join the Knights of Columbus top-ranked life insurance program, and many more family and personal benefits.

Samples of our family and community activities include: Knight of the Month, Family of the Month, Knight of the Year, Family of the Year, and Golden Knight of the Year. Pot Luck suppers, Bicycle Repairs for Christmas distribution, Children's Read - A - Thon, Youth Basketball Free Throw competition at the local, district and state levels, and a Youth "anti-drug" Poster Contest. Some of our fund raising activities include: Pig Pickin', Heritage BBQ, St. Patrick's Supper, Yard Sale, Pancake Breakfast, Spaghetti Dinner, Memorial Mass, Operation LAMB " Least Among My Brethren" Helping people with mental retardation.

Church Activities include: K of C Mass, Memorial Masses, assisting our Parish Pastors, and helping with the annual church picnic.

How to Join

Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practicing Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who are at least 18 years old. A practicing Catholic is one who lives up to the Commandments of God and the precepts of the Church. Application blanks are available from any member of the Knights of Columbus.

Membership Director
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Would you like to be part of a degree team?  If so, contact the following:

First Degree Team Captain - Steven Raedy
Second Degree Team Captain - 
Third Degree Team Captain - 

Note: You must have obtained that level of degree to be part of the team.

4th Degree


Any Third Degree member in good standing, one year after the anniversary of his First Degree, is eligible for membership in the Fourth Degree. The primary purpose of the Fourth Degree is to foster the spirit of patriotism by promoting responsible citizenship and a love of and loyalty to the Knights' respective countries through active membership in local Fourth Degree groups (called "assemblies"). Certain members of the Fourth Degree serve as honor guards at civic and religious functions, an activity that has brought worldwide recognition to the Knights of Columbus. 
Our local Assembly is:
Fr. H. Charles Mulholland Assembly #2983

Welcome to our recent new members:


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 Supreme Knight

Carl A. Anderson

clearFather Albert J. Todd Council Officers
2019-2020 Roster

Council Directors

List of Past Grand Knights

Photo, Name and Contact Information

Email the Officers at:

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Grand Knight
FredBrown smSK Fred Brown

Past Grand Knight
RichM smSK Rich Mitchell

Deputy Grand Knight
TimCTim Chetney

ComingSoonJohn Chorman

ComingSoonDave Bast

Financial Secretary
RoyL smRoy Leckonby

TreasurerSK Karl Seitz


ComingSoonRandy Evers

KenV smKen Vaisnins

Inside Guard
ComingSoonFlorian Howaniec

Outside Guard
AlanOAlan O'Shea

Trustee 3rd Year
RichM smSK Rich Mitchell

Trustee 2nd Year
TimRSK Tim Roberts

Trustee 1st Year
Chris Craney smSK Chris Craney

Regional District Deputy
ComingSoonJoe McCarthy

District Deputy
rick lewis smSK Rick Lewis

State Deputy
john nussbaum smJohn Nussbaum, SD

Past State Deputy
Colin JorschColin Jorsch, PSD

 SK=Sir Knight     PGK=Past Grand Knight    SD=State Deputy    PSD=Past State Deputy

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             to Operation LAMB website.

A Program of the Knights of Columbus in North Carolina to Assist People that are Intellectually Challenged.

The LAMB Foundation gets its name from an acronym from the biblical quotation:  "Whatsoever you do to the Least Among My Brethren, that you do also to me." Matthew 25:40

Helping people help themselves since its inception in 1974, nearly $15 million has been raised with this program in our state. The primary means of support for Operation LAMB is the Tootsie Roll Drive. Each year, the Knights of Columbus, their families and friends stand long hours outside shopping centers. They offer free Tootsie Rolls to all passers by and ask for donations to assist those with Mental Retardation. Their smiling faces and bright yellow aprons have become familiar sights throughout the state.  

Thanks to the generosity of the shoppers of North Carolina and corporate sponsors, in 2005 alone, the membership and volunteers collected $948,106.48 to help these special citizens across the state. In 2008, we hope to build on the past successes of this drive and raise one million dollars for this worthwhile charity.  Since Council 12119 was formed in 1997, we have raised more than $ 38,150 to go to be distributed to worthy programs in our area.

The LAMB Foundation is an extremely effective and efficient use of your charity dollars.  There are no paid employees.  The foundation is administered by volunteers.  There are no fancy headquarters. We work out of homes, churches and council halls.   Additional donations from individuals and local companies cover the overhead cost of candy and aprons.  All money "raised on the street"  goes directly to programs helping people that are afflicted with the varied forms of mental retardation.  Grants are approved on the local council level and the state level without regard to race, color, religious affiliation.

Tax deductable donations must be made payable to:
LAMB Foundation of NC, Inc.
an IRS charitable 501(c)(3) organization ID# 56-2139696

To learn more about Operation LAMB contact:

Richard Bodnar
Council LAMB Director
PO Box 511
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526

Richard M. White,
State LAMB Director
5908 Marsailles Ct.
Charlotte, NC 28277


Does any brother know of a member of this council, or an unassisted brother of the Order, sick or in distress? Send an email to


  1 1997 - 1999  Jim O'Donnell, CGK  Jim ODonnell sm    2 1999 - 2001  Kevin Figg, PGK  jst figg
  3 2001 - 2002  Tony Zsoldos, PGK  jst Zsoldos   4 2002 - 2003  Duane Frank, PGK  jst frank
  5 2003 - 2004  Sean Mayefskie, PGK  jst sean   6 2004 - 2005  Mike Wands, PGK  jst wands
  7 2005 - 2007  David Dillman, PGK  Dillman sm   8 2007 - 2008  Tim Hughes, PGK  jst THughes
  9 2008 - 2009  Bruce Meyer, PGK  Meyer sm  10  2009 - 2010  Tommy Rosati, PGK  TRosati sm
 11  2010 - 2011  Mark Leuver, PGK  markleuver sm  12  2011 - 2012  Steve Raedy, PGK  Steve Raedy sm
 13  2012 - 2013  Chris Craney, PGK  Chris Craney sm  14  2013 - 2014  Bill Barry, PGK  billbarry
 15  2014 - 2015  Sonny Butler, PGK  SonnyB sm  16  2015 - 2016  James Burke, PGK  JimB sm
 17  2016 - 2018  Tim Roberts, PGK  TimR  18  2018 - 2019  Rich Mitchell, PGK  RichM sm

Photographs taken at Birthchoice in Raleigh, NC on January 19, 2017 for the dedication of the Ultrasound machine that our council raised the funds for them to purchase.

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Prayer for the Canonization of Father Michael J. McGivney

God, our Father, protector of the poor and defender of the widow and orphan, you called your priest, Father Michael J. McGivney, to be an apostle of Christian family life and to lead the young to the generous service of their neighbor. Through the example of his life and virtue may we follow your Son, Jesus Christ, more closely, fulfilling his commandment of charity and building up his Body which is the Church. Let the inspiration of your servant prompt us to greater confidence in your love so that we may continue his work of caring for the needy and the outcast. We humbly ask that you glorify your venerable servant Father Michael J. McGivney on earth according to the design of your holy will. Through his intercession, grant the favor I now present to return all Brother Knights and/or family members on the prayer list back to good health and fortune. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Please recite the following: Our Father - Hail Mary - Glory be to the Father

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Jackpot Bingo

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Why were the Knights of Columbus formed?

In 1882 the catholic men in America were being led astray by other non-catholic men's groups , this coupled with the fact that men had a high risk of being killed on the job, led Father Michael J. McGivney to conceive of a Catholic fraternal order of men who followed the teachings of the Church and whose Wives and Families would be provided for in the case of the untimely death of a Knight of Columbus.


Are Donations/Gifts to the Knights of Columbus tax deductable?

NO.  The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal benefit society under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(8).

Are Donations/Gifts to Operation "LAMB" tax deductable?

YES.  Donationsmustbe made payable to:
          LAMB Foundation of NC, Inc.
          an IRS charitable 501(c)(3)
          organization ID# 56-2139696


1005 Wilbon Rd, Fuquay Varina, NC 27592