22 September Lake Havasu City, Arizona - Sept. 2017 September 22, 2017 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Arizona 0 For more than five years, the Eagles of Lake Havasu City #4299 have supported the research of Dr. Lipshitz of Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, Ariz. His new microscopic research lab has been named for the Eagles with a sign hung above his workstation. He is using donations from the Eagles to purchase and build mini microscopes to study brain activity in mice. Past Worthy President Bob Lee and Past Madam President Penny Lee presented Dr. Lipshitz with a check for $4,500 to assist research regarding trauma to the brain, post traumatic stress syndrome and childhood diseases affecting the brain. From the September 2017 edition of People Helping People Related Lake Havasu City, Arizona - January 2017 The Lake Havasu City Eagles held their Miss Mess 2016 event, raising $1,280 for cancer causes. Pictured, l to r, were PWP Dean Beard, PWP & State Trustee Bill Earle, AZ President-Elect Bob Lee, Conductor Mike Frieboes, PWP Paul Mosher, Treasurer Wally Lowe, Past Miss Mess Steve Hendrix, member Bob Galletti, Vice President Mike Nickell & AZ State President Steve Farmer. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - May 2017 Lake Havasu Aerie & Auxiliary #4299 presented a check for $10,000 to the Arizona Heart Foundation. Pictured are Arizona Heart Foundation Executive Director Paula Banahan and Max Baer Heart Fund Co-Chairs Bob and Penny Lee. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - February 2018 Lake Havasu Eagles #4299 Past Madam President Penny Lee recently presented a grant for $1,500 to the HAVEN House Food for Kids program. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - April 2018 Lake Havasu City Aerie and Auxiliary #4299 donated $12,500 for children’s cancer research at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. Phoenix, Arizona - Sept. 2017 Vickie Jo Scott of Sunnyslope Auxiliary #2957 in Phoenix has worked with the students at Granville Elementary in Prescott Valley, Ariz., the past two years where her grandchildren attended school to enter the Eagles’ Children’s Art Contest. This year, there were two third place winners from the school. Ethan Hunt, Grade 3, and Lexington Nilson, Grade 4, both received a $75 prize. The students were recognized at a Spirit and Pride assembly. Glendale, Arizona - January 2017 Osborn Fraternal Order of Eagles #2843 recently presented a $3,000 grant from the Jimmy Durante Children’s Fund to El Mirage Police Department’s Victims Assistance Unit. The grant was made possible through Osborn’s work in winning the 2016 Children’s Day Contest thanks to an event planned last year with the help of the VAU to educate area families. Pictured are 2015-16 Osborn Presidents Chris and Becky Bettis, El Mirage Assistant Chief Laura Liuzzo, Lieutenant Randy Stewart and event chairperson Francis Drozanowski-Kuehler, a 20-year Osborn Auxiliary member and volunteer with the VAU. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.