The Assembly is involved in many activities and events through out the year. They are designed to focus on service to our Church, Country and the Order.
Congratulations to our new Sir Knights!:
Robert Price - Notre Dame #3843
Robert DeVico - Pius IX #4396
Thomas Miller - Pius IX #4396
Richard Wetzel - Pius IX #4396
John Cappelletti - Pope John Paul I #7565
Deacon Vincent Drewicz - Pope John Paul I #7565
Robert Hehn - Pope John Paul I #7565
Michael Terranova - Pope John Paul I #7565
Rhue Cole - Fr. john E. Doyle #9715
Robert Liddle - Fr. john E. Doyle #9715
Anthony Pospiech - Mother of Divine Providence #14454
Presentation of Fr. Joseph C. Tomko's vintage Woolrich Hunting Coat and Pants to the Borough of Bridgeport, PA Council. The hunting outfit and other personal items of Fr. Tomko will be maintained in the bourgh's museum. The museum is open on Saturdays.
Don Yost - Americal Division 11th Infantry Brigade
~ Republic of Vietnam 1968-1969
2018 Fourth Degree Exemplification - May 26 through 27 - DoubleTree Hotel, King of Prussia
3rd Degree Members wishing to join the "Patriotic Fourth Degree" are encouraged to sign up to join our ranks in the Fr. Joseph C. Tomko Assembly 934.
The Knights of Columbus on the "Hank Cisco Show"
PA Hero Walk
The PA Hero Walk is in its 10th year with assistance from the Fr. Tomko Assembly and its Councils. This is a 320 mile, 14 day walk from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh by an all volunteer team to promote awarness in exclusive support of Pennsylvania Veterans. Cities accross the state will conduct a local one hour walk on their city streets to provote the cause and encourage donations. Contact the Assemblies Sir Knight "Bish" Rieg at 215-382-1089 or email email@example.com for further information.
Freedom's Foundation, Valley Forge - 4th Degree Wreath Laying at the "Medal of Honor Grove" - Sunday, April 15, 2018
Don Yost served as a Combat Infantryman and War Correspondent with the U.S. Army’s Americal Division, 11Th Infantry Brigade in Vietnam in the area around MyLai.
His book, Blessings: Transforming My Vietnam Experience is published by Sheed & Ward. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature from Seton Hall University, and his Master’s Degree in English Literature and Publishing from Rosemont College. Don is Founding President of the Montgomery County, PA Chapter #349 of the Vietnam Veterans of America veteran’s organization.
Don Yost is a college professor and combat veteran who wrote "Blessings: Transforming My Vietnam Experience" a personal story of "disillusionment and faith." Don has assisted countless vets working to overcome PTSD in the Philadelphia area. Copies available here: Blessings: Transforming My Vietnam Experience
Don is also a Fourth Degree Sir Knight with the Fr. Tomko Assembly and serves in its Color Corps.
"Kids From Judge and Edison and Dougherty High School"
- Words & Music: Don Yost.
Historic 60th Anniversary of the Fr. Joseph C. Tomko Assembly - Celebration 10.28.2017
The Assembly was named after the then recently deceased Father Joseph C. Tomko, Chaplain of Holy Family Council #3327 and Pastor of Our Mother of Sorrows Parish in Bridgeport, PA. Father Tomko died on March 23, 1957. The Assembly was chartered seven months later on October 27, 1957, taking the name of a dedicated and deeply appreciated parish priest.
Historic Booklet celebrating the life of Rev. Fr. Joseph C. Tomko
10th Annual Nun's Christmas Party
Christmas party for the Sisters of Montgomery county, PA. This lovely event yook place a t 1:00 pm on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at the Father John E. Doyle Social Hall at Corpus Chirsti Church, 900 Sumneytown Pike Lansdale, PA, 19446. Member Councils of the Fr. Tomko Assembly are actively involved in its preparation. We thank you for your generous support for this event. The Nun's do a lot for us. Again, thank you.
Sisters needed new wheels, so Knights stepped up for a van.
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