“Unusual” is right!
I have had the screen name “PastGrandKnight” for several years. It is a title given to members of the Knights of Columbus once they have stepped down from the position of Grand Knight.
Now, through a very odd set of circumstances, I have been asked (as of 3 months ago) to re-assume the position of Grand Knight, as the council has been having difficulty in finding leadership. I reluctantly accepted, and in June was elected to the position for what is now my third term in that office. Accordingly, I have also removed the reference of “PGK” after any letters regarding the Knights of Columbus, and replaced it with Grand Knight.
My question is this: What about my screen name? Should I change it to Grand Knight? Or, should I leave it as it is? My instinct tells me I should leave it as it is. After the term is over and a successor is elected, I will again be a PGK instead of a GK. At the same time, I do not wish to mislead anyone with my screen name, as it accurately reflected my position at the time I chose it.
Your comments and opinions will be gratefully accepted and welcomed.
PastGrandKnight…now a GK once again.
P.S. I am not looking to start a long chain of messages with this inquiry. Just 1 or 2 replies should tell me all I really need to know.