Bro. Peter Dawson, O.S.F. Circle 3047
Chief Squire Michael Adam
Deputy Chief Squire Matthew Russo
Notary Squire Michael Kiesel
Bursar Squire Thomas Manfre
Marshal Squire James Martin
Sentry Squire James Orsetti
Pole Captain Anthony Lepre
Arms Captain James Pruden
Spiritual Chairman Joseph Orsetti
Service Chairman Paul Lepre
Circle Chairman Joseph DeLuca
Membership Chairman Alex Pruden
Chief Counselor Dr. Ray Mascolo – (631)266-3196
What is the Columbian Squires?
The Columbian Squires, the official youth organization of the Knights of
Columbus, is a leadership development program for young Catholic men, 10-18
years old. There are over 25,000 Catholic young men in over 1,400 local
units, called circles, throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, the
Philippines, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and Guam.
The Squires is designed to develop young men as leaders who understand their
Catholic religion, who have a strong commitment to the Church and who are
ready, willing and capable of patterning their lives after the Youth Christ.
Squires have fun. They meet new friends; they travel, play sports and
socialize. Squires are serious-minded, too. Squires are involved in
promoting vocations, marching in defense of unborn life, feeding the hungry,
clothing the poor, supporting Special Olympics and promoting Catholic
education, among countless other activities. Thus, the Squires circle is an
athletic team, a youth group, a social club, a cultural and civic
improvement association, a management-training course, a civil rights
organization and a spiritual development program all rolled into one.
Interested in joining the Columbian Squires?
Investitures are held throughout the year. Please contact Chief Squire
Michael Adam at (631) 757-2711 or email@example.com to attend.
~ SQUIRES NEWS ~
In order to stay up-to-date with all local and Order-wide Squires
information, please continually check the following websites:
Supreme’s Squires Page
New York State’s Squires
Cooking for Homeless Veterans
Each month, the Squires gather to cook and serve a hot meal for the homeless
veterans in the Salvation Army building at the Northport VA Hospital. If you
are interested in donating or volunteering for this program, please contact
our Chief Counselor Dr. Ray Mascolo.