Knights of Columbus 

Council #112 Concord, New Hampshire


Youth Programming


Council #112 Scholarship Program

 After several months of work and deliberation, the Scholarship Committee has produced an application which has been delivered to Concord-area parishes served by Council 112. We expect many applications to be sent in and we are looking forward to the evaluation process.

To date we have raised $1194.46. This covered 2008 and 2009 and with a $500.00 sponsorship to the fund, we were given a running start into 2010’s scholarship. The Committee especially wants to thank the Ladies of the Knights of Council #112, because without their help we would not have been able to get this far.

Now, into 2011 and our 4th Annual Scholarship.

If you have any questions please call Committee Chairman Keith Thibeault at [email protected].

Knights of Columbus #112

4th Annual Scholarship



The Knights of Columbus, Concord Councl #112 Scholarship can be found at, downloaded from and printed off at the following link:


Attached is a copy of the 2010 Bishop Matthew F. Brady Memorial Scholarship application materials. The application materials are in Microsoft Word format. These materials are also placed onto the state web site, as well. 

The application materials can be emailed, copied and distributed to anyone qualified to apply for the scholarships.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Have a wonderful day gentlemen!


Jim Hurley

Scholarship Chair

Knights of Columbus,

New Hampshire State Council

NH State KofC Youth Scholarship Available

 Worthy Grand Knights and brothers all,
Do not discard the attached information from State Scholarship Chairman James Hurley.  This application process could be VERY important to the members of your council with children of college age.  Kindly make sure that you read this or at least make it available at all Council meetings until the deadline.  Include reference to this in your Council newsletter too.  These scholarships may not be huge but they will help kids and families who are struggling with college tuition costs.
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Joel D. Plante
NHKC State Secretary
[email protected]