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Fr McGivney Guild 2017 - 2018
Picture of Church Chairman
Edward P. Hebert, Sr
State Fr. McGivney Guild Chairman
Phone: (360) 373-0592

Each quarter Supreme mails an update on the progress of Fr. McGivney’s progress to Sainthood.  The letter is sent to all those who signed up for the guild and pray for his elevation to Sainthood or for those who pray to him for intercession for a cure or assistance over troubled times.
As of this writing only 3,229 out of 17,437 Knights, family members and friends belong to the Guild.  This is 18½% of the state Council’s membership which is a poor percentage of participation.  One contributing factor for low participation is the failure for proposers not exposing the new members to the Guild and encouraging them to join it at the same time.  Another factor is members who don’t receive or read the state bulletin.  Each Grand Knight or member receiving the state bulletin should share it with those who don’t receive it.  
Guild information and history is available on the Supreme Council’s website,  Just type “McGivney Guild” in the search box and you will have many options to review.  Share this months state bulletin copy with your Council’s membership. The guild is also open to spouses and children as well as the remainder of your family tree. There is no cost to join.
Each Brother Knight who enrolls in the Fr. McGivney guild, through the state chairman, will receive this lapel pin of Fr. McGivney. Just fill out the application below and mail or email it to me. 

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Council Programs

Special Olympics - Special Olympics Washington provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
The Washington State Council holds fundraisers and donates work hours each year in support of Special Olympics.

Tootsie Roll Program - This program is a great way to raise money and awareness for individuals with disabilities. As an entire state, all of the councils participate in a one weekend event where we sell Tootsie Rolls to raise money for Special Olympics and a charity of your council's choice.