Former Vice Supreme Master Richie Head served as the luncheon Master of Ceremonies
Calvert Province Vice Supreme Master Wayne Freet, PSD, FM
State Deputy Mike Gasper
District Master Tom Trudeau welcomed the luncheon crowd of over 350 people
Seton Assembly FN John Walsh (left) with new Sir Knights. Admiral George Costigan is at right
State Advocate Ed Polich and former State Program Director Brian Ripple
PFN Al Obuchowski receives award from District Master Tom Trudeau
Dave Todd, Jr. receives award from District Master Tom Trudeau
State Deputy Mike Gasper and Master of Ceremonies Richie Head, FVSM, FM
Active duty military Sir Knights were specially honored during the luncheon
Active duty military taking their Fourth Degree were asked to stand and be recognized with loud applause
Huge class of 176 new Sir Knights at 2017 Spring exemplification
April 1, 2017 - The largest Spring exemplification class - 176 new Sir Knights - received the honors of the Fourth Degree on Saturday, April1 at Blessed Sacrament Church in Manassas. The luncheon which followed afterward at the George Brent Council hall swelled the number of participants to more than 350 people.
Former Vice Supreme Master Richie Head, PSD, FM, served as Master of Ceremonies at the luncheon, and other dignitaries present included State Deputy Mike Gasper and the current Vice Supreme Master for the Calvert Province, Wayne Freet, PSD, FM.
Former Master J.P. McCusker, PSD, a member of George Brent Council, organized and supervised the luncheon - a staggering job involving dozens of volunteers who helped make it all happen.
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