14 April Bartlesville, Oklahoma - January 2020 April 14, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Oklahoma 0 Bartlesville Auxiliary #610 donated $997 to help provide food for their local food bank, Pat’s Pantry. From the January 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Brisbane, California - January 2020 Brisbane Eagles #3255’s Past State Madam President’s Annie Good and Sandra Jones escorted a pair of sisters, after they received $100 to spend, during the 2019 San Jose Eagles Children's Christmas Shopping Spree. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - January 2020 Lake Havasu Eagles #4299’s Spinal Cord chairmen Bob and Penny Lee presented a check to Dr. Lipshitz of Phoenix Children's Hospital Traumatic Brain Research Unit in the amount of $5,728.50. Santee, California - January 2020 Santee-El Cajon Aerie #3973 presented a $5,947.42 check to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation chapter in San Diego, California. Penticton, British Columbia - January 2020 Penticton Eagles #4271 donated presents to the South Okanagan Women in Need Society’s ‘Angel Tree.’ SOWINS works to prevent abuse and increase awareness about the impacts of abuse, through creating dynamic, life-changing opportunities for individuals and families. Hallock, Minnesota - January 2020 In November of 2019, Hallock Eagles #2617 donated a total of $2,275 to various organizations, including Kittson Central Class of 2021, Kennedy Center, Hallock Area Community Fund, Hallock Curling Club, Hoollock Firemans relief Association, Hallock Public Library, and the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. Alamogordo, New Mexico - January 2020 Challenger Eagles #4101 hosted their 4th Annual Bill Fulmer Memorial Christmas Baskets event, where they were able to provide 50 families with baskets. They used $5,000 from their charity committee to purchase the items for the baskets, which included a ham, turkey, canned vegetables and fruits, eggs, stuffing, potatoes, macaroni and cheese and more. This year, #4101 had all the baskets together in a record of 35 minutes and they partnered with their local grocery store for discounts on the food. This event was originally started over 20 years ago by a member, Bill Fulmer. Sadly, Bill passed away 4 years ago, so the event was renamed in his honor, and continues to grow. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.