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First Knight… An honorary title given to those that have come before us and gave thought, ideals, philosophy and efforts to improve humanity and the world they lived in. They are forever remembered in our lives and honored in these halls.
A Knight is sworn to valor.
The Knight’s heart knows only virtue;
The Knight’s word speaks only truth;
The Knight’s courage gives hope to the despairing;
The Knight’s blade defends the helpless;
The Knight’s Shield shelters the forsaken;
The Knight’s actions brings justice;
The Knight’s image brings peace;
The Knight’s code breaks darkness.
First Knight Sir Steven Jeffrey Hay (aka Sir Senan), joined 8/16/2017, was one of the founding members of the Monastic Order of Knights. The first appointed knight for the Order, he sat on Small Council and was the Chief Membership Officer. He helped with the creation of doctrine, rules and policy and was a mentor to many. Senan passed away in November of 2018 after a long struggle with cancer and posthumously awarded First Knight status November 26th, 2018.
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(All submissions for badges must have proof, signed statement, time sheet, picture, and a journal entry explaining what was done, your experience and what you got from it.)
Charity 1: Donating a one-time minimum dollar amount to a non-profit organization.
Charity 2: Set up a repeating monetary donation to a non-profit organization.
Charity 3: Raising and donating a minimum dollar amount to a non-profit organization.
Volunteering 1: Give a minimum amount of your time to a selfless act.
Volunteering 2: Give a minimum amount of your time to a non-profit organization.
Volunteering 3: Give a minimal amount of time at a retirement home.
Feed the Needy 1: collect food for a food pantry
Feed the Needy 2: volunteer at a soup kitchen for a set amount of hours.
First Aid: Becoming certified in first aid and CPR.
First Responder: Becoming certified in first aid, CPR, AED, fire extinguisher use and emergency procedures.
Paramedics: Pass a state paramedic exam.
Medical Care: Donate a minimum amount of time practicing medicine (requires a medical license)
Human Care: Donate a minimum amount of time practicing your respective profession in the health care field.
Search and Rescue: Donate time and effort of your services for a cause (requires needed certifications)
Child Care: Donate time at a mother’s day out program, or similar program (may require state certifications)
Clothe Children: donate clothing to a child’s needs program.
Christmas Children: Donate toys for children’s Christmas (Toys for tots, shoe box, church function)
Child Mentor: Donate time at a child Mentorship Program or organization.
MDO: volunteer at or start a Mother’s day out program.
Animal Care 1: Adopting, or being a foster home for, and providing a nourishing and caring home and security for neglected or needy animals.
Animal Care 2: Donating time and financial aid to an animal shelter or organization.
Animal Care 3: Donate for an animal’s care at a vet.
Recycling 1: Recycle paper, and donate any proceeds from the recycling to a charity.
Recycling 2: Recycle plastic, and donate any proceeds from the recycling to a charity.
Recycling 3: Recycle Glass, and donate any proceeds from the recycling to a charity.
Recycling 4: Recycle metal/aluminum, and donate any proceeds from the recycling to a charity.
Recycling 5: Recycle batteries, and donate any proceeds from the recycling to a charity.
Recycling 6: start a recycling program in your community.
Music 1: Give an instrument to a needy person.
Music 2: Teach someone how to read music.
Music 3: Teach someone to sing.
Music 4: teach someone to play an instrument.
Music 5: volunteer in a not for profit choir (church choir, Choir for holiday music)
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Personnel who has earned a high degree of credibility that has the duty of accommodating for those under eighteen years old. The youth officer is a person of trust who can be contacted in confidence on any issue.
Personnel who has earned a high degree of credibility that guarantee the membership safety akin to a Jedi Knight. Security Officers are persons of trust who can and should be contacted in the case of any violation of policy, illegal activities and any moderation needed. Security Officers report to the Chief Security Officer and are responsible for Security during functions of the Monastic Order of Knights. All contacts are treated seriously and confidentially.
A member who is responsible for the maintaining of all educational materials and links to such. Also responsible for keeping doctrine and public records up to date. This person reports to the Chief Development Officer.
Personnel that review and guarantee the completion of member education progression. They are responsible for not only checking for completion of material but to ensure the originality or the work. They also review submissions for merit badges.
Personnel that handles matters of membership such as answering enquiries, account issues, application processing and moderation.
Personnel responsible for the management of funds, expenses and reporting for tax purposes.
Public Relations Officer…
Personnel that acts as the spokesperson for the Order and coordinates with outside charities for volunteer and support donations.
Fund Raising Officer…
Personnel responsible for official Order fundraising.
VP, second to the Knight Commander. Has no authority and no vote except in the absence of the Knight Commander. The Steward covers for the Knight Commander in his absence and is next in line for the position of Knight Commander. The Steward is a provisional officer.
Chief Membership Officer…
A member of the Council that is responsible for overseeing the membership, application processing and the Membership Affairs Officer, Treasury Officer, Public Relations Officer and Fund Raising Officer reports to.
Chief Development Officer…
A member of Council that all Development Officers and the Archivist report to. This person is responsible for tracking and recording the educational progress and merit badges of members. jzen
Chief Security Officer…
A member of the Council that all Security Officers and Youth Officers report to. This person is responsible for the safe conduct of all members, regulating the Officers under them and seeing to the security of the Order’s web site, physical structures and members. Serenity
President and leader of the Order. Wescli Wardest (aka Wes)
First Knight… An honorary title given to those that have come before us and gave thought, ideals, philosophy and efforts to improve humanity and the world they lived in.
Training Master… someone who has reached the rank of Knight Lieutenant or higher and has taken a Squire.
Steward… “The Knight Commander in training,” The Steward has no authority except in the absence of the Knight Commander and only if that authority is granted prior to the Knight Commander’s absence.