Big Success

Tootsie Roll bars

Thanks to all the Knights that were able to help make the 2018 Tootsia Roll Drive a big success!

The 2018 drive took in $4,228.50. We had 21 cases of tootsie rolls for $429.98.
We netted $3,798.52.
Check to PASW = $949.63
Check to OK state council = $2,848.49

Helping others in need

Ron Koehler, Advocate of the Guymon Knights of Columbus, presents Annie May Mejia with a check to help with medical expenses. 

Annie May was diagnosed with stage two cancer on 6/11/2016. She had surgery to remove the cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy in Amarillo Texas 
She goes twice a month . 

2016 Pictures

  • Christmas Dinner

    Guymon Knights of Columbus help serve Christmas Dinner to the community.

    Some members of the Knights of Columbus spent their Christmas in a special way by serving over 350 meals on Christmas Day. Earl Mallard, recorder for the Knights, and his wife Barbara are the coordinators of the annual event. Members of the Knughts that helped serve on Christmas Day included Tom Lindley, Ted Fields, Randy Schreiner, and Rusty Miller. Other Knights who volunteered by donating food of funds was Leroy Predmore, Gene Marak, Lawrence Lindley, Ray Schmitt, David Elder, Russell Guthrie, Jeremy Rodman, Kevin Breuer, and Corey Beasley. Thanks to these gentleman, their families, and St. Peter's parishioners the dinner was a huge success.

    Check out the photo collage under the Bulletin Board!

  • German Sausage Fest

    The Knights inaugural German Sausage Dinner was held November 7 from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

    Check out the photo collage under the Bulletin Board.


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Photos by David Elder, Barbara Mallard, and Randy Schreiner


Knights In Action


Annual Picnic


Polish Soup Fundraiser


Taco Salad Fundraiser


Pie and Ice Cream Social




German Sausage Dinner


Community Christmas Dinner

  • At Your Service

    The Knights of Columbus taco salad dinner fund raiser for Dino Cruz on September 27, 2015 brought in over $800. The Knights served over 100 supporters. Thank you all Knights again for donations and help to make this activity succeed! Also a huge Thank You to the Victory United Methodist Church for the use of their facility!

  • Helping a Brother in Need

    Recorder Earl Mallard presents Lawrence and Rose Cruz with two checks totaling $1500 from the Polish Soup and Ice Cream and Pie Social fundraisers held recently. The Knights raised $3000 and split the proceeds between Lawrence, who is fighting cancer and Anthony "Chico" Moncada who is battling Leukemia. Lawrence is at home in Guymon resting after treatment and Anthony is still in Amarillo undergoing treatment.

  • New Addition

    Brother Pat Long and his wife, Gina welcomed their first child into this life on August 11, 2015. Their new son weighed in at 6lbs. 12 oz. and was 19 1/2 inches tall.

    Congratulations to the new parents.

  • First Supporter

    Helma Mallard donates to the Lawrence Cruz and Anthony Moncada fundraiser as the first customer of the day. According to Mrs. Mallard, the soup was excellent.

    Photo by Randy Schreiner

  • Donation

    Recorder Earl Mallard, center, presents a check to Carol Batterman, left, and Holly Michaels of the Panhandle Area Sheltered Workshop (PASW). The donation was made from the proceeds of the annual Tootsie Roll drive held in May.

    Photo by Barbara Mallard

Inaugural Knights Joust for Charity Deemed Quite Successful

Dining, Dancing, and an evening of fun ended with two winners being announced in the inaugural Knights of Columbus event "Knights Jousting For Charity" on Valentine night. Simon Guerra and Bryant Riffe were the recipients of $1000 each, having decided to split the $2000 prize as 198 other jousters were unhorsed throughout the evening.
According to the event's co-chairman Leroy Predmore, "This will be the first of many to come as the Guymon Council of the Knights of Columbus has already started planning next year's event." Approximately 300 people enjoyed the evening as the night started with a dinner fit for a knight and his men of the roundtable provided by Oklahoma Smoke. Right after the dinner, the introduction of the jousters and reading of the rules proceeded. After the first round of 75 being unhorsed through the drawdown, Ken Stonecipher and the Wooden Nickel band entertained the crowd with some favorite dance music.
When the second round of jousting began the jousters were on the edge of their seats hoping their horse would not be pulled and out of the joust. The second round knocked out 75 more and the band once again sprang into action to have a little more dancing before the final jousting round would begin. Laughter, socializing, and dancing kept the remaining 50 jousters and unhorsed spectators entertained before the third and final round would begin. The anticipation heading into the final round could be felt by everyone in attendance.
The final round began and one by one, jousters were unhorsed until the final two remained. The call was made for both jousters and their decision to split was announced to the crowd. During the event an auction was held and one of the winners of the jouster auction, Brown and Associates announced their intent to donate a $1000 of their winnings back to the Knights of Columbus which brought a round of applause from the spectators.
The Knights will use the proceeds to help with their charitable offerings throughout the area. The Knights would like to thank all who bought a ticket, donated a door prize, or sponsored the joust with a monetary donation. Co-chairman Randy Schreiner commented, "This event was intended to be fun while raising funds for charity, and I believe it surpassed our expectations as well as the jousters. We can't wait until next year." Winner Bryant Riffe also donated his $1000 winnings back to the Knights to be used for its charitable works throughout the year. The knights appreciate all the comments and compliments received during this event and would like to thank Brown and Associates and Bryant Riffe for the generosity of their donations back to the Knights.