14 April Chattanooga, Tennessee - January 2020 April 14, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Tennessee 0 During Scenic Eagles #945’s annual Christmas Dance and Ugly Sweater Contest Party, they presented a H.O.M.E. grant in the amount of $2,218 to CHI Memorial Hospital for their Schmissrauter Cancer Support Center. From the January 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Chattanooga, Tennessee - February 2020 During Scenic Eagles #945’s annual Christmas Dance and Ugly Sweater Contest Party, they presented a H.O.M.E. grant in the amount of $2,218 to CHI Memorial Hospital for their Schmissrauter Cancer Support Center. Chattanooga, Tennessee - August 2020 Scenic City Aerie and Auxiliary #945 presented 4 grants totaling $5,949 to CHI Memorial Hospital; a H.O.M.E. grant in the amount of $1,949 to the Guerry Heart & Vascular Center at the Chattanooga Heart Institute, a Kidney Fund grant in the amount of $2,500 to the Urology Associates Medical Group & Urologic Cancer Center, and a Diabetes Fund grant in the amount of $1,500 to the Diabetes & Nutrition Program. Chattanooga, Tennessee - January 2021 Scenic City Auxiliary #945 in Chattanooga, Tenn., presented a $1,200 grant from the Fraternal Order of Eagles H.O.M.E. Fund to CHI Memorial Hospital's Cancer Support Center. The funds were raised during a special Halloween Dance as part of the "Boo! Scare Cancer Away" campaign. Pictured, l to r, Past State and Regional Madam President Sandi Bradshaw, Tennessee State Vice President Geraldine Tickle, Cancer Support Center Social Worker Rhonda Edwards and Tennessee State President-Elect Mary Slater. 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. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.