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May 24, 2024

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K of C Regina Mundi Council 3969 Receives Award

NEW JERSEY – Members of Regina Mundi Council #3969, Knights of Columbus, were recently honored with the Mayor James Anzaldi, Community-Service Award by St. Andrew the Apostle School in Clifton at their annual Gala Awards Dinner.
Regina Mundi Council #3969, founded in Clifton in 1955, was honored for the dedication to the Community and to their Church.  The council dedicates themselves to the basic principals of: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.
Regina Mundi Council #3969 has raised and donated money to many causes and have volunteered countless hours to the community, church and youth of Clifton and the surrounding community especially for God’s precious children who live in the group homes in Clifton.
KofCReginMundiSome of the charities the council volunteers and donates to are: the Catholic Parishes in Clifton, the Clifton Adult Opportunity, the DPD Murray House,  Boys’ State, Clifton Veterans’ Alliance, Special Olympics, Wounded Warriors Project, American Legion Operation Comfort Warriors, March for Life, Life Chain, Birth Haven, Tank Pull, Polar Bear Plunge, Keep Christ in Christmas Billboards, Ultrasound Machines for Crisis-Pregnancy Centers at Lighthouse Pregnancy Resource Center, Passaic Teen Center, Holy Hours, Mass for Life, Memorial Mass, Marian Icon Devotion, Rosary Rally, Seminarian & Postulant Support, and much more.
For the Past 60 years, Regina Mundi Council has been proudly represented by many dedicated men who love God, their Church, their family and their community.
In the Picture, the Knight’s are holding their award certificate and a proclamation from the Clifton City Council. 

Pictured from left are: Deputy Grand Knight: Robert Miller, PGK; Grand Knight: Robert B. Bollettino; District Deputy: Peter J. Kueken, Jr, PGK; Outside Guard: Raymond J. Kramer, Jr.; Pablo Casiano, Jr., Past Grand Knight; Trustee: Martin E. Neville, PGK; Financial Secretary: Frank P. Sanderson; Chef: Douglas A. Livesey.
Photo provided by Peter S. Babits