St. Simon Trivia Knight

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trivia-knightSt. Simon the Apostle Knights of Columbus Council #15437 is hosting it’s first annual Trivia Knight on Saturday, January 31 from 7-10 p.m!  The event will be held at St. Simon the Apostle Catholic Church in Feltman Hall.

Pre-Sale: $20/per person before Jan. 25
After Jan 25 & At The Door: $25

Included in your ticket:  Pizza, 2 Drink Tickets/per person.

Topics include: Sports, Arts & Entertainment, History, Science, Geography

How does it work?

There are 6 rounds of 10 questions – after all rounds the team with the highest score is the night’s winner.

What are the prizes?

The winning team receives a cash prize (based on the total number of attendees).  We’ll also have several door prizes awarded throughout the night.

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January Pancake Breakfast & Fr. Stan Farewell

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Pancake BreakfastsThe Knights of Columbus are hosting a special pancake breakfast on January 11, 2015 for Fr. Stan for his service to St. Simon the Apostle Parish the past few years.  In addition to the normal pancake breakfast, the normal coffee and donuts will also be available after all masses.

Please stop by after all masses to wish Fr. Stan the best as he moves to Batesville.

Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. and runs until after the 11 a.m. mass.

Menu Includes: Pancakes, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage,  Fruit and donuts!

Cost: Free

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Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest Winners

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Congratulations to the winners of the St. Simon Keep Christ in CHRISTmas poster contest.  The council received 40 entries in our first year of hosting the contest at St. Simon the Apostle.  Winners from St. Simon will advance to the next round of the competition.   Thanks to all who participated.

St. Simon participants win State Soccer Challenge

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Indiana State Soccer Champions 2014

Indiana State Soccer Champions 2014

St. Simon was well represented at the Knights of Columbus regional and state competitions last month at Guerin Catholic High School.  Four our our council winners advanced and won the state competition in their age groups.

Abygail Dravis

Benjamin Harles

Taylor Johnson

Peyton Wicker

Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest

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The Knights of Columbus is sponsoring a poster contest for all children between the ages of 5 through 14. The theme of the poster will be  “Keep Christ in Christmas”, that is, to remind everyone that Jesus is the reason for the Season.  Prizes will be awarded for winning posters.  Entries due Dec 8, 2014.

Council level winners will advance through district and regional and state competitions to the international level. The winning entries will serve as the basis for a series of international “Keep Christ in Christmas with creative credit going to the artists.

Official Rules

  • Poster must reflect the theme of Keep Christ in Christmas
  • Each poster should be the original work (including concept, layout, slogan and any visual images)
  • Poster must be 11×17 inches in size. If pastels, chalk or charcoal are used the poster must be laminated or covered with clear plastic.
  • Each poster must be submitted with the Knights of Columbus “Keep Christ in Christmas” Poster contest entry form. Entry forms will also be available at the parish/school offices. Make sure your council number is included
    (St. Simon # 15437)
  •  The name and age of the entrant should be printed on the reverse side of the poster in case the poster and entry form get seperated.
  • All entries become property of the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council. Posters will not be returned.
  • Submit all entries to the Parish office or your faith formation teacher by December 8, 2014.
  • Judging will use the following criteria
    • Slogan 30 points: How clearly is the them presented
    • Visuals 30 points: How clearly do the visuals convey the message
    • Overall Impact 40 points.  How effective is the poster at capturing attention and causing reflection on the topic at hand.
  • For additional details or questions, please contact John Breitsch or David Basile