Michigan District #30 collected $318 from its member councils to purchase a headstone for Fadhila Kala at St. Joseph Cemetery in Lansing. Kala, a Chaldean Catholic, fled from her native Iraq after her village was forced to convert to Islam. Settling in Lansing with her daughter, she lived in near-poverty due to her cancer treatments, and her grave at St. Joseph Cemetery remained unmarked until the Knights stepped in to help.
Michigan District #84 hosted its annual charity golf outing at the Nightmare Golf Course in West Branch. One-hundred-sixty golfers participated in the event, which raised $7,185 for charity.
Escanaba Council 640 purchased a Ten Commandments monument for placement at Holy Family Church in Gladstone. Escanaba Assembly provided an honor guard for the monument's dedication, which was presided over by Bishop Alexander K. Sample of Marquette.