K of C Flag Relay 


                          Updated  Dec. 08, 2015

Webmaster: Joe Mathews





K of C 

Special Olympics







Part 1
An updated schedule for the 6 routes.

Part 2
A list of the contents of the Flag Relay Kit.

Part 3
The Planning Guide. 

Part 4
An outline of some of the ways both Special Olympics and the Knights
will be promoting the Flag Relay.

Part 5
An outline of some of the various ways that you can implement the
Flag Relay program.

Part 6
General Information, such as reporting on your Flag Relay
program, steps to move the flag to the next District, what to do after the flag has left your District and how to become involved with
Special Olympics at the local level

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They are comparable to our District
Deputies in what they do, and our Diocesan Chairmen, in regards to the area that they look after. They will be your
primary contact should you need information about Special Olympics in your area or wish to find out who the local
contact is.
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Special Olympics in your Community Website  


The regional websites
will provide you with information about what is happening in the various regions across Ontario.

Click on the Region below to view their website.  

Don't know which region you belong to?

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Consider making the week the Special Olympics flag is in your District "Public Awareness Week for Special Olympics." 

AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3
When the Flag Relay is in
your area simply:
 1. Sign the Flag,
2. Print your Name in the Registration Book and
 3. Take plenty of pictures and email them to Special Olympics at


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  The latest version of the Flag Relay Schedule can be found here.

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The Special Olympics website has a listing of the schedules for all the Games across the province.
If the Games happen to be at a time the flag is not in your area, please still take pictures of these Games, or any other involvement the Knights have with Special Olympics, and
email them in to Special Olympics as the program continues until June 1-3 with the Provincial Games in Durham Region (Durham
College and Oshawa Civic Recreation Complex).

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One suggested event to include in your program is a Flag Raising.
It can be at city hall, or city building, at a local police station or school, at Church, the Knights Hall, a local business or wherever there is a flag pole available for you to raise the flag for Special Olympics. It makes for a great photograph, especially with Special Olympians, dignitaries, Brother Knights and their families and a, Fourth Degree Honour Guard present. Send your pictures to Special Olympics at

If you are planning to have a flag raising event, I have attached a sample copy of the letter the City of Oshawa required fromSpecial Olympics to arrange to have their flag raising event. If you require a letter please let me know and arrangements will be made to have one sent to you.
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