Councils from in and around London have partnered with a program called "The Living Rosary in the Schools" to spread devotion to the rosary and to present K of C rosaries to graduating eighth-grade students. Through the program, trained volunteers visit schools to lead students in praying the rosary. This past year, eight area K of C councils donated special Knights of Columbus rosaries to encourage students to continue praying the rosary after graduation.
Brockville Council 1049 sponsored a junior boys soccer team known as the Knights of Columbus Crusaders. The team went all season undefeated and won it's championship game.
Rainy Lake Council 2766 in Fort Frances organized a Mass and formal dinner to celebrate the council's 75th anniversary. In addition to many dignitaries present at the event — including the last living charter member of the council — the event also included a short awards presentation in which Knights donated $32,000 to the Riverside Foundation for Health Care and $18,700 to St. Mary's Church, both in fulfillment of previous funding pledges.
After selling its council hall, St. Michael Council 4501 in Leamington invested the funds for future use in charitable projects. After accruing interest for six years, Knights donated a portion of the funds — $628,000 — to its parish for use toward the construction of a new church.
Father J. R. McElligott Council 5649 in Deep River replaced the roof shingles on a home in nearby Chalk River. The cost of the project was defrayed by a parish pancake breakfast.
Father Paul J. F. Wattson Council 8919 in Windsor held a miniature golf tournament to benefit the Global Wheelchair Mission. The golf game was followed by a barbecue at the council hall.