East Portland Eagles Aerie #3256
East Portland Eagles Aerie #3256 rests at the base of Mount Tabor on 50th Avenue and SE Hawthorne Blvd. Mount Tabor is the name of an extinct volcanic cinder cone. Portland is one of two major Oregon cities to have extinct volcanoes within their boundaries. The volcanic nature of Mount Tabor became known in 1912, years after it was included in a public park. The Hawthorne District is an area of Southeast Portland that runs along SE Hawthorne Blvd., particularly between 30th and 42nd Avenues. It is known for its young, liberal residents and pedestrian-friendly high density mixed-use development. The Hawthorne area has vintage homes and apartments and locally owned shops and restaurants. Hawthorne Boulevard was named after Dr. J. C. Hawthorne, the cofounder of Oregon's first mental hospital.
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Fraternal Order of Eagles
For more than a century, the Fraternal Order of Eagles has had a major positive influence on our region, nation, world... And most importantly on our communities.
It was the Eagles who pushed for the founding of Mother's Day, who provided the impetus for Social Security and, who pushed to end job discrimination based on age. The Eagles have provided support for medical centers across the country to build and provide research for medical conditions — we raise millions of dollars every year to combat heart disease and cancer, help handicapped kids, uplift the aged and make life a little brighter for everyone.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles uphold and nourish the values of home, family and community that are so necessary and it seems so often get ignored and trampled in today's society.
The Eagles are hometown builders. We support our police, firefighters, and others who protect and serve. We fund medical research in areas such as spinal cord injuries, kidney disease, diabetes and Alzheimer's. We help raise money for our communities...we are the Eagles and we are "People Helping People."
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