Why Am I a Knight? Brent Scheve 2


Brent ScheveName:  Brent Scheve

Originally from:  Southern Iowa (Chariton)

Occupation:  Insurance Agent

Joined K of C:  Joined 2012

Degree: 4th Degree

Offices held in the Order:  Treasurer

Hobbies and interests:  Spending time with my kids, enjoying the lake, hunting, sports

What comes to mind when I think of the K of C: Regular guys working together to make a difference.

K of C projects involved in:  Fish Fry, Sunday breakfasts, coats for kids, scheduler for KC events, Fall Festival

 

Being a Knight to me means helping others with a greater purpose and supporting our church, community, & country. I like that you can be as involved as you want to be.  Being a Knight can mean for you to help at 1 event per year if that’s what your schedule allows.  We have several members that help at 1-2 events per year for a couple hours and that’s great!

Ultimately for me what I enjoy most is that many of the events we put on encourage fellowship for members of the community and our church.  These events foster friendships & fellowship that help make our community great in so many subtle and fundamental ways.

 


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  • Claude

    “Being a Knight can mean for you to help at 1 event per year if that’s what your schedule allows. We have several members that help at 1-2 events per year for a couple hours and that’s great!”

    Good point.

    These days, some people fear the commitment to massive involvement that they perceive the Knights of Columbus involves. Of course, one must strive to sacrifice for the Lord, but this can be done in many ways, but the Knights of Columbus must be a part of that because of the fraternity, unity, and charity that is enhanced through membership.