The St. Timothy's Men's Club was organized in 1958. Their mission is to serve the Catholic community of St. Timothy's Parish. The Men's Club raises funds to assist in maintaining the parish. We meet the third Monday of the month in the Hospitality Center at 6:30 PM. We welcome all men 18 and over to join us in our mission.
The purpose of the club is to promote the spiritual, social and general welfare of the parish. We are primarily a service organization for the Church of St. Timothy. Contact: Jim Gryniewski: 763-780-2540.
In 1958 Father Weir was the 1st President of the club. The Men's Club was financed and provided manpower for many projects and improvements in the church and grounds. The club purchased the Bell Tower, the front sign, helped construct the maintenance garage, poured concrete, laid sod, and purchased tractors and snow equipment. The club helps finance the Holiday Basket Program and the Red Cross Blood Drive in the winter.
In 1969 the Men's Club held a parish picnic at Cloverleaf Farm. They provided labor, food and drinks. With the help of many other parish groups, the Fall Carnival was born. The club provides all the tents, tables and chairs for this event. They also chair the BINGO, pull-tabs and beer tents.
A fall steak fry and a Spring fling are popular social events for the club's members. The club raises money for their donations through rentals of tents, tables, and chairs. These rentals are available to anyone in the community. You can call the Parish Office or email to: email@example.com.
Every adult male in the parish is welcome to join the Men's Club. Monthly meetings are at the Hospitality Center, on the 3rd Monday, at 6:30 p.m. New members are always welcome.