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Help Build This Site!

Posted by Knights Of Columbus - Council #4160 on November 21, 2009 at 1:10 PM

Suggest content, contribute pictures, notify brothers of activities... let me know and I can add it to the site!

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10 Comments

Reply Tom Kuchera
6:54 AM on January 25, 2010 
I would like to offer Pete Seliga my personal thanks for taking on the building of this site. It is a great effort and will be a gateway to our Council, keep members informed and be a vehicle for finding new members. Thanks Pete!

And may God Bless all who visit this site.
Reply Tom Kuchera
6:57 AM on January 25, 2010 
This past Saturday Bob Belz and Carl Cappelli sold 8 tickets at Bon Ton. A phenomenal result considering the event is not until February 27th. Thanks guys! Following the two hours at Bon Ton, Bob and I visited area businesses for door prizes and had very good results picking up several prizes and requests to come back to pick up more before the SWEETHEARTS DANCE on Feb. 13th.
Reply Frank Dolski
8:26 PM on January 25, 2010 
Great job Pete! As mentioned, I will help in any way that I can!

Frank Dolski
Reply Frank Dolski
7:34 AM on March 5, 2010 
New Construction Buyer Representation!
If you are looking for new construction in any area, always remember to use a Realtor as a buyer's agent before you go inside a builder's site or model home. The reasoning is clear! If you were to stop in at a model home and put a contract on a home, who would represent you? The builder's site agents represent the builder, who is the seller. Unless you have a Realtor or an attorney, you have no representation.
Why is buyer representation important?
As a buyer's agent, a Realtor represents you! We help you to negotiate price, and personally, I work with many builders so experience in this area is essential. I would encourage a home inspection! Trust me it is worth the money and I would recommend a minimum of at least inspecting pre-drywall. In addition, some builders do not offer radon remediation. I would recommend that a clause be in the contract to protect you. And the best part.......it cost you nothing for representation. I would like to hear your thoughts on the topic.

Frank Dolski
Reply Frank Dolski
7:34 AM on March 5, 2010 
Great job and thank you Pete for building this site!
Reply Tom Kuchera
8:53 AM on March 5, 2010 
Many thanks to all who made this year's Sweetheart's Dance such a great success. 100% of the proceeds go to the charities we support. We appreciate not only your work in making this event a success but also your attendance. A most heartfelt THAN YOU to Carl Cappelli and Mike Rose who have lead this event to its growing success over the years.
Reply Tom Kuchera
9:01 AM on March 5, 2010 
Highlights of last Wednesday's Business Meeting: ARC Award presentation, recognition of new brother Deacon Jim Fowkes (1st & 2nd Degree), Tom Hendricks (2nd Degree)...ARC Collection '10 dates for Acme & State Store....Men's Spirituality Conference...Dance results...Membership Drive...and much more! If you haven't been to a meeting in awhile, come out and see what else we are up to.
Reply Tom Hendricks
9:23 AM on March 10, 2010 
Thank-you PETE FOR MAKING THIS SITE EASILY ACCESSIBLE!!!!
Reply Frank Dolski
7:34 AM on April 16, 2010 
I would suggest that those brothers who are on LinkedIn to connect. Those who are not should join. I belong to a few K of C groups throughout the country and there we share ideas, post blogs and much more. A link to LindedIn and some participation would be great.
Here is a link to my profile on LinkedIn.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/frankdolski
Frank Dolski
Reply Frank Dolski
7:47 AM on June 15, 2010 
Let's all keep Bill McMillan in our prayers as he is improving but still in the hospital. He checks his email constantly so please drop him a line or stop by Doylestown Hospital for a visit!