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Memorial Day

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In 1868, when General John A. Logan designated May 30 as “Decoration Day”, he did so for the purpose “of preserving and strengthening those kind and fraternal feelings which have bound together the soldiers, sailors, and marines who united to suppress the late rebellion.”

Today, Memorial Day, as it’s now known, continues to bring our hearts together to remember our fallen brothers, fathers, sisters, mothers. Lives worthy of honor, remembrance, and gratitude.

God Bless America and God Bless Our Courageous Military Families

 

 

“They Marched into Hell So We Could Have Peace” President Donald Trump!

Donald Trump Remembers the Fallen: They Marched into Hell So We Could Have Peace

Thank You Knights of Columbus Council 676

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A Huge Thank you to Knights of Columbus Council 676 for their extremely generous donation of $100,000! We are very grateful!

Pictured L to R: Mike Donohue, Phil Philbrick, Joe Kessler, CFO for Heartbeat Janet Raulerson, and Larry Kessler, not pictured by present Dan O’Brien

 

 

Thank You Seattle Knights of Columbus Council 676!

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Heartbeat is so very grateful at the huge donation of $50,000 from The Seattle Knights of Columbus 676! A very important part of this was brought about by Mike, Dan and Mike. Thank you for working so hard for Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors to receive this incredible donation! We are so appreciative to the Seattle Knights of Columbus. This donation allows us to continue our work!

Presenting the check in the picture is

Mike Donohue, Seattle Council 676. Janet Raulerson – Heartbeat Chief Financial Offer is on the left and Janet Buckley – Heartbeat Founder & President is on the right. Knights from area Councils attended the presentation.

 

Thank You Knights Of Columbus St Joseph Council 7528

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Thank you very much Knights Of Columbus St Joseph Council 7528 for your wonderful donation to support our wounded warriors! We are grateful for your ongoing support!

Thank You St Theresa Parish & Knights of Columbus Council #7908

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Heartbeat is very grateful to all of the Parishioners of Saint Theresa and the Knights of Columbus Council #7908 Federal Way for their generous donation. We know you serve so many great causes and are very thankful you chose to donate to serve our wounded warriors/families. A special thank you to Bob for leading this event!


Thank You St Theresa Parish & Knights of Columbus #7908

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Thank You to the Wonderful Parishioners from St Theresa Parish and Knights of Columbus #7908 for their generous donation to allow us to continue America’s Best. We are so grateful! A special thank you to Bob D for spearheading this.

Thank You Knights of Columbus and Sir Knight Dan O’Brien

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Thank you to the Knights of Columbus and Sir Knight Dan O’Brien for their generous support and their continuing compassion for our wounded warriors and Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors.

“The winning ticket for the beautiful 2018 Patriotic Quilt made by Trudy Bly belonged Trudy Vering of St Jude Parish in Redmond.  Ms Vering said has NEVER won anything.  She is a retired Navy Nurse and appreciates everything that can be done for our Wounded Warriors by Heartbeat.

The total donations raised through the raffle were $530.00.  A check has been mailed to Heartbeat designating the proceeds to be directed toward the Christmas Wish Program.

Other opportunities to help Heartbeat and/or our Military this Christmas include Giving Tree ornaments, Adopt-a-Family, Baker Angels(Sunday morning at our Hall), or donating on the Heartbeat website;

    https://heartbeatforwarriors.org/our-christmas-program-starts-now/

Vivat Jesus!

Dan OB” 

Thank You Knights of Columbus!

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Thank you, Knights of Columbus Bishop Thomas E. Gill Assembly 1955 Military Support Program.  St. Theresa Council 7908 and SK Bob Dahl for your huge and generous support of our wounded warriors with an outstanding check of $3500. You have been committed to such excellence for a very long time. Thank you!!

Knights of Columbus Emblems of the Order

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“Knights of Columbus, Supreme Headquarters in New Haven, CT has determined that Knights in WA State can use the Emblems of the Order to show our support to Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors®.  This is a significant endorsement of this fine organization of volunteers who are providing Therapy, Morale Building, and Assistance Programs to wounded Veterans throughout WA.

The endorsement follows the presentation of the 2015 To Be A Patriot Award to WA State Knights for our work with Heartbeat.”

Heartbeat is very grateful to the Knights of Columbus in WA State for such outstanding support year round to assist our Wounded Warriors. Thank you!!

"Faithful Navigator Dan O'Brien with the poster he made for Knights of Columbus involvement with the Heartbeat Christmas Wish Program"

“Faithful Navigator Dan O’Brien with the poster he made for Knights of Columbus involvement with the Heartbeat Christmas Wish Program”

Thank You Knights of Columbus

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Heartbeat is always grateful to the incredible ongoing support from the different communities of the Knights of Columbus in WA. Faithful Navigator Dan O’Brien has taken these beautiful handmade quilts to different locations to help raise financial support for our wounded warriors.

KofC Partiotic Quilt 2016

KofC Partiotic Quilt 2016.1

Thank You Knights of Columbus Assembly #1955

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Heartbeat is very grateful to the ongoing Generous support to our Wounded Warriors from Knights of Columbus Assembly # 1955, Federal Way.  Thank you very much for all of your hard work.

Heartbeat is being presented a check for $6068.88.

Pictured from L to R  Back row,SK Tony Robinson,SK Vince Manzanarez and SK Paul Savino, Front row, Janice Buckley, Faithful Navigator Don Hall and  SK Bob Dahl.

Pictured from L to R  Back row,SK Tony Robinson,SK Vince Manzanarez and SK Paul Savino, Front row, Janice Buckley, Faithful Navigator Don Hall and  SK Bob Dahl.

 

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