21 August Woodland Aerie #3782 Hosts 2018 International Golf Tournament August 21, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Sports 0 The 2018 International Golf Tournament has concluded and we want to thank everyone who took the time to participate in this year’s amazing event. On August 18-19, Woodland Aerie #3782 in Hastings, Mich., hosted the 2018 International Golf Tournament at The Legacy at Hastings Golf Course. The tournament featured a 2-man team scramble competition on Saturday and a 4-man team scramble competition on Sunday. On Saturday, the teams of Jessie Hessley & Jeff Casto and Mark Pierson & Dan Pierson took home the lowest score with a 66. On Sunday, the teams of Gary Kelly, John Swisher, Harold Green & J.E. Frame and David Miller, Ray Doncho, Mark Pierson & Dan Pierson took home the lowest score with a 60. Woodland #3782 provided a Fish Fry on Friday and a Steak Fry on Saturday with music provided both nights. Congratulations and thank you to all the participants who made this event great and we hope to see you again next year! For those interested in International Sports competitions make sure to check out the entry form and flyer for the 2018 Winter Horseshoes tournament to be held February 15-17 at Deer Valley Aerie #387 in Glendale, Arizona. If you are interested in hosting a tournament please see the bid packages on the left hand side of the sports calendar today! 2-Man Results 4-Man Results Related Articles Dallas Aerie #3108 Dedicates BBQ Competition to Fighting Human Trafficking For the past six years, Dallas Aerie #3108 has hosted their annual BBQ competition. However, last September, they decided that everyone’s love of BBQ should be leveraged to help a good cause. Due to fellow Eagles member Chad Frymire’s involvement with Dallas Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and his board position on the North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking (NTCAHT), Dallas #3108 decided that all funds raised during the BBQ would be donated to NTCAHT. 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! GWP Burnett Fills Grand Aerie Officer Vacancy Due to the unfortunate passing of Grand Trustee John Noldan, a vacancy was left in the Grand Aerie officer positions. To fill this vacancy, Grand Worthy President Carl Burnett, in concurrence with the Board of Grand Trustees, has made the direction to move all current sitting officers beneath the vacancy, up one position and to fill the vacancy at Grand Outside Guard with William “Bill” Stotko of Everett, Wash., Aerie #13. Eagles And Justin Haley Join Forces Again in 2018 GMS Racing announced that Justin Haley would once again pilot the No. 24 Chevrolet Silverado in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) in 2018. Long-time sponsor Fraternal Order of Eagles will also rejoin the group as a primary sponsor throughout the season. DRC Director's Report - November 2018 We have known for a very long time that obesity is associated with many cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. Type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease (where liver stores fat in large lipid droplets), coronary artery disease, heart failure, and many more chronic diseases are all linked to obesity. DRC Director's Report - December 2018 As we come to the end of another successful year for the FOEDRC, I want to thank the FOE and my colleagues within the Diabetes Research Center for continuing to push the research boundaries to improve the lives of many who suffer from diabetes. On a personal note, I received a number of honors for my work this year including being asked to deliver the Presidential Lecture of the University of Iowa, receiving Fraternal Order of Eagles Humanitarian Award and the 2018 History Makers Award - the African American Museum of Iowa (AAMI). My receipt of this recognition is really a recognition of what you do and I consider myself very fortunate to lead such an outstanding organization. To close out the year I thought you might be interested in reading about some ways that our researchers are turning “fun and games” into a benefit for our patients with diabetes. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.