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Youth Programs 2016 - 2017
Picture of Youth Chairman
Kenneth G. DeVos, FC, FS
State Youth/Sports Chairman
Phone: (206) 248-2543

As we head into the new fraternal year with the Summer Leadership meeting in Spokane July 15th and 16th, there will be a leadership golf outing held on Friday July 14th.  If you or a council member are heading to the meeting and would like to play golf on Friday, please contact me before Friday July 7th. This is open to Knights, spouses and family members.

We will be playing at Esmeralda Golf Course.  You will be responsible for green fees, securing a cart, lunch, etc….  Here is a link to course information - course phone number is 509-487-6291.

First tee time will be around 7:30 AM

Questions or reserving your spot, I can be reached at 206-248-2543 or


Ken DeVos

Knights of Columbus

State Chairman - Youth

Other Information
Coats for Kids
Coats for Kids
  • A Youth program promoted by Supreme where councils purchase boxes for coats from Supreme to be distributed in the local community.
  • Coats come 12 to a box with a cost $220 per box.
  • Order form can be found in Member Management or using the link
Columbian Squires
  • Councils should hold their competitions September - early October
Freethrow Challenge
  • Council competitions January
  • District competitions February
  • Regional Competitions February - early March
Soccer Challenge
  • Councils should hold their competitions September - early October
SAA Poster Contest
  • Drug and Alcohol Sections
  • Age groups 8-11 & 12-14
  • 4 State winners advances to Supreme competition ( 1 - from each age group )
Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest
  • Five Age groups 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th graders
  • 5 state winners advance to Supreme competition ( 1 - from each grade)
KCIC Poster Contest
  • Three age groups 5-7 8-10 and 11-14
  • 3 state winners advance to Supreme competition (1 - from each age group)