• Bingo every Wednesday night starting at 7:00. 25 games, Updated all new monitors Read more...
  • November 2020 Knight of the Month...Rich Boeser, Senior Knight of the Month...Eugene "Gene" Brueggemann, Family of the Month...Brad & Janeice White, Read more...

Hall Rental

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  • Comfortbale seating for 500 + Guests
  • Round tables for the "homey" effect
  • Plenty of FREE parking
  • Clean, handicapped facility and bathrooms
  • Free decorating time before the event
  • Competitive rates!
  • Bingo

    Bingo every Wednesday night

  • Starts at 7:00 pm
  • 25 Games
  • Cover All
  • Starburst
  • Color Ball
  • All new monitors
  • Charity

    A group for all

  • Knights of Columbus
  • Ladies Auxiliary
  • Squires
  • Columbus Club
  • 4th Degree
  • Insurance
  • KC Hall & Ballfields - 12454 IL-143 - Highland, IL 62249 - (618) 654-9049


    Neighbors Helping Neighbors

    During the past decade, the Knights of Columbus has donated more than $1.325 billion to charity. The Knights of Columbus set new all-time records for charitable donations and volunteer service hours in 2008. Neighbors Helping Neighbors. The Knights' annual Survey of Fraternal Activity for the year ending Dec. 31, 2008, indicates that, despite a soft economy, total charitable contributions reached $150,036,865 - exceeding the previous year's total by more than $5.1 million. The figure includes $32,295,376 donated by the Supreme Council, and $117,741,489 in contributions from state and local councils assemblies and Squires circles. The survey also indicated that the quantity of volunteer service hours to charitable causes by Knights grew to 68,783,653 - an increase of 87,885 hours compared to 2007. There were more than 413,000 Knights of Columbus blood donations during the year and, among the most common service programs, Habitat for Humanity received 156,295 K of C volunteer hours. The Knights of Columbus has been promoting a Year of the Volunteer and sponsored a summit on volunteerism, A Nation of Neighbors Helping Neighbors, in New York Feb. 27, to promoted increased participation and collaboration in volunteer efforts from individuals and organizations.