The Columbian Squires are the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus.  Membership in the Squires is for practicing Catholic boys between the ages of 10 and 18.  A practicing Catholic is one who lives up to the Commandments of God and the precepts of the Church.  The benefits of being a squire are learning leadership skills, having fun in group activities, and helping our church and community through service.  Each circle elects officers from their own membership, teaching skills of leadership and responsibility.  While a Columbian Squires Circle is member governed and driven, it is encouraged, mentored, and advised by adult Knights of Columbus. 
The St. Charles Borromeo Columbian Squires Circle 5584 was charted by the Supreme Knights of Columbus on March 25, 2012 with 19 new Squires.  Our current membership is 26.  Members of our Squires circle are certified to conduct the induction ceremony of new Squires Circles at other locations anywhere in the State of Ohio. 

Some of the activities that our Squires participate in are: Family Rosary Rally, Council 14995 RibFest fundraiser, Special Olympics (bowling and Track & Field), St. Charles Christmas Food Baskets, Coffee Klatsch, and providing assistance for other Council 14995 and St. Charles Parish activities.


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Monsignor Lawrence K. Breslin Council 14995

Saint Charles Borromeo

​Kettering Ohio 45429

Knights of Columbus

The newly elected officers for the 2019- 2020 fraternal year are: Chief Squire, Jakob Ross; Deputy Chief Squire, Aiden Burke; Bursar, Zach Finlayson; Notary, "OPEN"; Service Chair, Jackson Wright; Recruitment Chair,Justin Wooldridge; Spiritual Chair, John Thieman; Circle Chair, Dylan Issler.
The Squires voted to donate $100 to the Dayton Tornado Victims.  

The Squires were recognized by Supreme the second year in a row for their collective efforts in both the 2017/2018 and the 2018-2019 years. They received their second Corps d’ Elite award for an overall exceptional year, meeting or exceeding requirements in several areas. They also received the Brother Barnabas Award for an outstanding singular activity during the program year (the raised garden bed project at the grade school). Our Circle 5584 is one of only 25 circles to receive this award Order wide.
The Squires currently have an enrollment of 26 members

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