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State Treasurer 2017 - 2018

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Kim Washburn

February 2018

Brothers all,

We had a wonderful Mass/March for Life in Olympia January 22nd. I am so encouraged to see many knights (continues to grow) making the pilgrimage to this must see event. Archbishop Sartain was in true form with words that resonate like few others. I enjoyed cantoring and seeing the stadium full from the altar to the main entrance. I was not at the back, but it appeared we had more color guard present than I have ever seen since I have been attending. If all that were standing in the aisle and back of the stadium had taken a seat, the stadium seats would have been full.

Sam Pellegrino and the staff of Knights from my home council 1643 provided their annual parking management and free lunches for all that attended after the March. This, too, was the highest attended lunch since its inception.

I do not know if others experienced it, but there seems to be an air of change. Maybe I am just hopeful.

As you see in my Exemplification Fund report, some councils need to catch up on their bill. Remember $7/new member is required from each council. If your council is listed here with an amount next to it, you owe this to the Exemplification Account in support of our full Knighthood Degree State Exemplification efforts.

If you have a reactivation or readmission, please send that name and membership number to me for adjustment to your account. Your council does not owe the $7 for this new member.

Please get your account up to date and mail your check payable to Washington State Council with exemplification in the memo area:

WSS Pat Kelley

4122 S 130th St.

Tukwila, WA 98168-3132

Pat has an extreme workload and still is employed for a living. If the councils could take care of their financial obligations, it would make his job much easier in revisiting things repeatedly. Now that I am getting closer to the job of State Secretary, I see clearly his workload. Please help.

God Bless you all!




Kim Washburn
State Secretary