26 July Membership Department Announces Re-Enrollment, Early Bird Contest Winners July 26, 2017 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Membership 0 Earlier this year, the Grand Aerie Membership Department held a pair of contests geared toward growing our Membership. The Re-enrollment contest was held from March 1-May 31 with members receiving one entry for each re-enrollee they sign during the period. Winners will receive $250. The Early Bird contest was held from April 15-May 31 with the Aeries and Auxiliaries achieving the highest percentage of renewals and the highest number of renewals receiving a $1,000 credit on their next Per-Capita Tax payment. The Membership Department is proud to announce our contest winners! Re-enrollment Contest Winners: Aerie New England – Rodger Allen Great Lakes – Lori Williams Southeast Central – Leonard Goodpaster Four Corners – Andrea Hingley Eastern – Daniel Kirsner East Central – Ron Holmes North Central – Larry Silverthorn Southeast – Robert Keith Southwest – Sunny Douglas Pacific Northwest – JoAnne Zaruba Mid-Atlantic – Thomas Starnes Central – Henry Gregory West Central – Steve Ready South Central – Ronnie Smith Mountain – Joseph Qualls Western – Tim Gatlin Auxiliary New England – Corinne Brassard Great Lakes – Rosemary Wright Southeast Central – Christa Cooksey Four Corners – Penny Lee Eastern – Nancy Sites East Central – Eleanor Lewis North Central – Sharon Anderson Southeast – Andrea Grimes Southwest – Tina Koncaba Pacific Northwest – Margaret Simpson Mid-Atlantic – Gina Pauley Central – Angela White West Central – Melony VanHorn South Central – Michelle Schaefer Mountain – Donna Moman Western – Linda Evans Early Bird Winners Aeries By Percentage – Cicero, Ill., Aerie #1935, 100% renewed Aeries by # Re-enrolled – Lake Havasu City, Ariz., #4299, 1,820 renewed Auxiliaries By Percentage – Bellaire, Ohio, Auxiliary #371, 100% renewed Auxiliaries by # Re-enrolled – Puyallup, Wash., Auxiliary #2308, 1,016 renewed Related Articles 2018 Early Bird Contest Winners The Grand Aerie would like to thank everyone who participated in this year's Early Bird Membership Contest by renewing their dues for 2018-19 by March 26. Membership is the driving force behind the Fraternal Order of Eagles and it is only with your help and participation that we can remain one of North America's most storied and influential fraternal organizations. Thank you for showing your loyalty by renewing early! First Time Proposer Contest Winners Announced Earlier this year, the Grand Aerie Membership Department held their inaugural First Time Proposer contest from Dec. 1 – Feb. 28, offering $250 to Aerie and Auxiliary winners from each of our 16 regions. Each first time proposer during the period received an entry into the contest, with the winner in each region selected at random. The Membership Department is proud to announce this year’s winners: DRC Announces New Faculty Members We are delighted to announce that three new faculty will be joining the FOE Diabetes Research Center this Summer: Iowa Names Dr. Abel Chair and DEO of Department of Internal Medicine IOWA CITY, IA - E. Dale Abel, MD, PhD, has been appointed the new Chair and Departmental Executive Officer of the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine, effective Jan. 1, 2016. Experience NASCAR From The Pits! Sign new members for the Fraternal Order of Eagles and you could earn a chance to earn pit passes to an upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup race! The F.O.E. will be holding a series of membership contents in correlation with the remaining races in which the Eagles will be featured as a major associate sponsor. The Aerie and Auxiliary member with the most proposed members during the designated period in an eligible state will each receive two pit passes to the race. New Ways To Predict The Risk Of Gestational Diabetes DRC Director's Report - November 2017 We are pleased to announce that Dr. Wei Bao, Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology, College of Public Health, University of Iowa, and a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center (FOEDRC) was recently awarded a $419,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund a project entitled: Pregnancy-associated microRNAs in plasma as predictors of gestational diabetes. Some of the preliminary work that contributed to this award were provided by pilot funding from the FOEDRC. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.