15 November Brisbane, California - October 2019 November 15, 2019 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles California 0 Brisbane Eagles #3255’s co-chairs Rocky Guillory, DeeDee Berrocal, and volunteers raised $4,332 for the Cancer Fund. They held a dinner, raffle, and auctioned off prizes. From the October 2019 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Brisbane, California - April 2019 Brisbane Eagles #3255 held their annual Jimmy Durante Children's dinner and raised $1,027 for the fund. Brisbane, California - May 2019 Tony Lujan and Tracy Jennings from Brisbane Eagles #3255 co-chaired the Cancer Fund, and with the help of volunteers, they were able to raise a total of $1,706 to support the fund. Brisbane, California - October 2017 Brisbane Eagles #3255 held a dinner for Alzheimer’s recently, raising $810 for the Eagles’ Alzheimer’s Fund. Vermillion, South Dakota - October 2019 Sunshine Aerie #2421 held a spaghetti dinner and donated the total proceeds of $4,500 to the University of South Dakota Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders. Following dinner, a check presentation was made by Dakota State Chaplain Kent Osborne to Dr. Mandy Williams as a grant from the Eagles' Jimmy Durante Children's Fund to support the identification and treatment of children born with cleft palate. A signature cocktail was served with 50/50 raffles held as well. Valdez, Alaska - October 2019 Valdez Ladies Auxiliary 1971 Madam President Sheila Jordan, Trustee Chair Alicia Brown and Madam Secretary Carole Derifield presented the Herman Hutchins Elementary School Principal Jayson Webber, teachers and staff, $1,000 for each grade K through 5th, and gave the VCS Pre-school $500. The Auxiliary also presented the Gilson Middle School Principal Rod Morrison $1,000 each for grades 6th through 8th for a total of $9,500 donated to be used for scholarships. Needles, California - May 2019 Needles Aerie #2599’s Worthy President Manuel Rubalcaba presented a donation to Frank Mendez for the Flip Mendez Youth Fund. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.