Blessed Kateri Knights Council launches first Squire Rose Program in New Jersey

| 30 Sep 2011 | 09:39

Sparta — The Blessed Kateri Knights of Columbus Council 13677 and Squires Circle 5177 have formed the the first Squire Rose program in New Jersey. The Squire Roses group is comprised of young Catholic ladies between the ages of 10 and 18 who will focus their efforts on church and community volunteer efforts. The Squire Roses are: Shannon Conway, Julia Corrice, Emily Corrice, Ashley Darnsteadt, Erica Di Santi, Melissa Di Santi, Kelly Faria, Meghan Fletcher, Samantha Fletcher, Jacqueline Foley, Gina Garatino, Kalin Hagedorn, Ellie Hartranft, Annabelle Kelleher, Hailey Lane, Katie Lane, Kerry McFadden, Alexa McFadden, Tara More, Elizabeth Olshanski, Terese Olshanski, Krista Piccotti, Rebecca Proctor, Nicole Regelski, Samantha Russo, Valerie Russo, Rachel Samson, Jacqui Schmitt, Sam Toscano, Samantha Vertucci, Breanna Vitolo, and Cassandra Zoetjes. New Jersey state squires director Peter Briody and state squires advocate Bill Mackey were on hand to officiate at the ceremony. Members of the St. Jude’s Squires Circle from Budd Lake and their chief counselor John Watral assisted the team from Blessed Kateri. The Blessed Kateri Squire investiture team consisted of Chief Squire Matt Galley along with Joseph More, Frank Cutrone, Steve Viegas, Jason Rotondi, Brendan Puszcz, and Quincy Samson. The Blessed Kateri Squire Roses will be led by Ana Di Santi and Lisa More who will serve as co-counselors. For more information, contact Di Santi or More at