Y.O.R.K. Club


Young, Old, Retired Knights

Duke of YORK: Mike Wills (301) 249-9637

Meet every Thursday at 10:30 AM

Lunch at 12:00 PM

Shuffleboard League

Bocce League

Golf League (click here for C, K and Y Flight Information)


What are you doing on Thursdays at lunch time?
If you are a Young, Old, Retired Knight or just have the day off,
why not stop down to the Knights Room on Thursdays for lunch and
fellowship with your Brother Knights?
The Y.O.R.K. Club was started in November 1985 as an
opportunity for retired Knights to get together for lunch and
fellowship. Brothers begin to gather starting at 10:30 AM and Lunch is
served at 12:00 Noon. Prior to lunch and after lunch you can enjoy a
game of pool or shuffleboard in the Game Room and during the
warmer weather enjoy a game of bocce after lunch or participate in the
Golf League earlier in the day at a local golf course prior to lunch.
The Y.O.R.K. Club is proud of its tradition of providing a Repast for
Brother Knights and their spouses and gives members a rewarding
opportunity to extend condolences to the families of departed Council
members and ease the burden of providing a meal to guests.
For more information do not hesitate to call the Duke of YORK:
Mike Wills (301)249-9637 or or simply show up
at the Knights Room for a tasty lunch and brotherly fellowship on
Thursdays at Noon.


Our Lady, Queen of the Knights, bless all the activities of our Order. Keep us true to the pledge to extend the kingship of thy Divine Son on earth. Through Thine intercession, win for us the grace ever to exemplify in our public and private lives, the virtues which should characterize those specially dedicated to the service of the heavenly court. Make us always aware that as your Knights we are constantly observed, our faith judged and our Order appreciated. Accept, O Mary, this renewed pledge of fealty and devotion of thy servants, the Knights of Columbus. Amen.

The Grand Old Duke of York

The Grand old Duke of York he had ten thousand men
He marched them up the hill
And he marched them down again.
When they're up, they're up
And when they're down, they're down
And when they're only halfway up
They're neither up nor down.