Funeral for Roger Gleason, February 5, 2021
As is tradition, the Blue Knight members were present as an honor guard for Roger and his family / friends. The Blue Knights joined the Washington County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard and the church. The military provided the honor Guard at Ft. Snelling.
Photos provided by Paparazzi Photographer Val and that 'other guy'
Funeral for Founding Member Dale Clauson January 22, 2021
The Blue Knights members were present as an honor guard for Dale and his family and friends. Unfortunately, due to the current Covid Mask Mandate you can't see the somber faces, but trust me they are present under the masks.
Our photos were provided by Paparazzi Photographer Val.
Funeral for Cpt. Anthony Rollins July 2019
2019 Poker Run
Spring MWRC Missouri 2019
2019 Blessing of the Bikes
Fall MWRC, Missouri 2018
August 2018 Picnic
August 2018 Nowthen Threshing Show
August 2018 Sturgis
July 7, 2018 Monthly Ride
Spring MWRC, Bismarck, ND
2018 Blessing of the Bikes, Maranatha Church
Fall MWRC, Topeka, KS
Nowthen Threshing Show - 2017
The Secret Sancatury - 2017
2017 International Conference, Milwaukee, WI
July 2017 MN / WI Ride Just Because I Forget!
Spring MWRC St. Joseph, MO - 2017
Blessing of the Bikes - 2017
The Blessing of the Bikes Event took place on June 4, 2017. Our own Pastor Mike is the public face of the event. He credited all the success to the volunteer workers who made it happen.
Dr. Mudspringer's Open House - 2017
Today, many people traveled to beautiful downtown Spring Lake Park, MN to stop and see the staff at Dr. Mudspringers. Several other charities were on sight serving bbq regardless of whether or not you gave them a donation. Everyone I saw was giving donations.
Our chapter gave out 2 - $25.00 gift certificates to those that stopped and registered. Congratulations to Mike Saunders and Brian Anderson.
For everyone else that entered we have taken your entries audited them by our Lawyers Huey, Dewey and Louie. Based upon the advice they have received in the past we followed President Nixons system and destroyed the entries. After being shredded with a rusty pocket knife, they were burned. The ashes were then spread to multiple compost sites across the 7 county metro area. If we learned anything from watching The Sopranos it was to destroy, destroy, destroy the evidence. :-)
The Poker Ride - 2016
The new computer arrived. Wow it can do all kinds of stuff, like actually open documents, paste photos and print files. Holy Cow Batman!
The Poker Ride was led by Larry K, and went over hill and dale, enjoying some very beautiful changing of colors between MN and WI. Lunch was at a WI restaurant known for their chicken and oversize helpings. It was GREAT! Mother Nature caught up with us on the way back, but that doesn't mean we skipped out on stopping at DQ. The winner of the poker run was a guest who is shown below with the truck and dogs. I'm wondering if the dogs gave him some inside knowledge.
MWRC Fall Conference, Omaha, NE 2016
Nowthen Threshing Show - 2016
The Secret Sancatury - 2016
Blessing of the Bikes - 2016
- Photos by Linda V. and Others
Lock & Dam #4 - 2016
Maranatha Peace Officer Service -2016
Dr. Mudspringers Open House - 2015
Donations - Thanks to our successful Spring 2015 conference we can help those in need. Thank you to everyone who joined us!
Blue Knights Chapter MN-IV lost Retired Centennial Lakes Police Sgt. Todd Gleason to a heart attack in 2015. Todd was one of the driving forces for charitable fund raising and our Spring 2015 conference. Through donations received from the Gleason family and the Maranatha Assembly of God Church we were proud to donate $1,825 for the purchase of an AED to his former employer, Centennial Lakes Police Department.
Todd’s wife Linda Gleason and their Daughter Jennifer, along with Blue Knights President Dave Smith presented the check to Centennial Lakes Police Chief J. Coan.
Also seen hiding in the background is Larry Eckman, Larry Klink, Emilio (not Larry) Munoz and O.J. (also not a Larry) Volkman.
MN IV donated $1,000.00 to the House of Shields of Rochester, MN. Officer Don Bray bashfully admits that he is one of the driving forces behind the charity, but acknowledges it takes many people to pull it together. Don is also known to ride a motorcycle on occcassion!