Objectives of the Ladies of Columbus
To promote Christian action and Patriotism. To cultivate a greater love for our Blessed Mother. To assist the Knights of Columbus with their activities creating a bond of comradeship and shared charity. To give spiritual aid and assistance to members and the world community in illness and bereavement. We engage in charitable actions that benefit deserving charities as well as Our Lady of the Assumption Parish.
We serve with faith, fellowship and fun!
Besides our three main fundraisers, we serve the community of Our Lady of the Assumption in many ways: Rosaries, family Masses and breakfasts, dinners before meetings, donut sales, donations to the parish school, monetary support of our priests and seminarians. We have fun too with picnics, Christmas parties and all around good time of faith, fun, and action.Council Meetings
The Council meets on the first Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
The Ladies of Columbus support a wide variety of local charities with their fundraising efforts including Crossroads, Inc., Shoes That Fit, House of Ruth, OLA School, OLA Priests, OLA Youth Ministry, OLA Summer Mission Trip and more.
An elegant afternoon of tea and fine food. This fundraiser brings women of all ages together to share stories, laughter and music. This popular event sells out each year and has been designated for the School of Fashion and Design which helps mentally challenged adults produce articles of fashion.
One of our most popular events for the whole parish, this evening offers German sausage and sauerkraut, paired with craft beer and wine. Fun and games, and fundraising raffles, bring a night you won’t soon forget. Come enjoy good friends, good food and good times. Wear your lederhosen!
4th of July
Each year the city of Claremont hosts a community festival on the 4th of July. The Ladies join in the celebration by hosting a fabulous hot dog booth. Our hot dogs are the best and are a community favorite. We combine great quality food and lots of laughter to create one of the most exciting booths in Memorial Park
For more information, visit www.KofCClaremont.org.