At the April 5th meeting, it was announced that going forward, there would be a page on the Federation website where councils can post their council events. You'll see "Council Events" on the right side of the menu bar.
Some basic rules:
Degrees will continue to be posted on the Degrees page. They will not be added to the Council Events page.
If your council has a color or black and white flyer, please send it to the webmaster as either a PDF file or JPG/JPEG file.
Remember the "Who, What, Where, When, How Much, and Why" of the event - your council may know what you are doing, but the rest of the county may not.
IMPORTANT: Remember that while the Federation website may be for the councils in Bergen County, the Internet is worldwide - meaning that whatever you ask to be posted must conform to Supreme and New Jersey State Council standards and practices.
Due to the Exemplification of the Fourth Degree, the regularly scheduled First Degree for the 4th Sunday in April - Sunday, April 22 has been rescheduled to the following Sunday, April 29. All times and location remain the same
At the January meeting, I gave an update on the website. Part of my update was that I was looking at ways to automatically notify the Brothers of new postings to the Federation website. This is the first part of what I presented that night.
You may have noticed that off to the right of where these posts appear is a section where you can register to receive updates to the Federation website via e-mail. Updates are usually posts that appear in this section of the website or events that are posted to the calendar. By subscribing to the updates, you receive e-mails as soon as items are posted to the website.
Simply enter your name and e-mail address and click Subscribe. You will receive an e-mail from "Bergen Federation Knights of Columbus" with the subject "Bergen Federation Knights of Columbus - Please confirm your subscription". When you open the e-mail there will be a sentence stating that the website received an e-mail from your e-mail address and asks you to confirm it by "clicking here". When you do so, you will receive a message thanking you and that you have been successfully subscribed as well as a welcome e-mail. In case you don't see the e-mail, check your spam filter as well as your spam folder in your e-mail system.
As new posts are added to the website, subscribers will receive an e-mail with the words "New Post Published" in the subject line along with the post title. Once you open the e-mail, there will be a link that you can click on which will open the post in your browser.
The Bergen Federation would like to thank the following hole sponsors of the Annual Golf Outing held on September 22, 2017:
Councils and Assemblies:
St. John, Council 1345, Dumont Ridgewood, Council 1736, Ridgewood St. Thomas More, Council 2188, Westwood E. G. Alberque, Council 2229, Ridgefield Park St. Ann, Council 2853, Fair Lawn Rev. Patrick Pindar, Council 3962, Ramsey Our Lady of Fatima, Council 4486, Park Ridge St. Francis of Assisi, Council 4524, East Rutherford Ramapo Valley, Council 5846, Oakland Monsignor Fitzpatrick, Council 7041, Hasbrouck Heights Carmel, Council, 8982, Leonia Immaculate Conception, Council 9021, Norwood St. Anthony, Council 11585, Wood-Ridge Our Lady of Victories, Council 14483, Harrington Park Monsignor Charles G. Mc Corristin, Assembly 1289, Fourth Degree
Business and Individuals:
Imowitz Kohn and Co, LLP Systems Implementation Group Grant Thornton Miraglia Agency, Charlie Miraglia, FICF PriceWaterhouseCoopers Panolam Industries International, Inc. Matt Seltzer, Caldwell Banker Advisors Anthony Cofone, Merrill Lynch Bob Hatler, State Deputy Jim Stiff, Golf Outing Chairman