11 May Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - February 2018 May 11, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Idaho 0 Coeur d’Alene Eagles Auxiliary #486 presented the Village at Orchard Bay with a donation of $2,400 for power recliners. Pictured, l to r, are Auxiliary President Heather Callahan, Village Director Amy Boni and Auxiliary member Shirley Bilstad. From the February 2018 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - May 2018 Coeur d'Alene Aerie #486 donated $1,000 to the "Bare Necessities Backpack Project" to help local veterans with essential needs. The backpacks are filled with items for personal hygiene, bathing, dental hygiene, Band-Aids, first-aid cream, towels, washcloths, socks, hats and gloves in the winter, sewing kits, manicure kits, water bottles, eating utensils, notepads and pens. The backpack program is a collaborative effort between 4-H members, the Coeur d'Alene Eagles #486, the VFW Foundation and the VFW Post 889 Auxiliary. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - October 2017 In Spring of 1942, Raymond Johnson began his journey as a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. On Sept. 19, the Eagles honored him for 75 consecutive years of membership. Current Worthy President of Coeur d’Alene #486 presented him with a plaque and a specially made pin. He and his wife currently live in a senior facility in Coeur d’Alene but they try to enjoy the Thursday burger nights when possible. Johnson’s history with the FOE was featured in an article by the Coeur d’Alene Press. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - November 2017 Coeur d’Alene Eagles #576 made a $7,500 donation to the K-27 Memorial Fund, presenting the check to Mayor Steve Widmyer and Coeur d’Alene Police Chief Lee White. The funds will be used to help construct a Thin Blue Line Memorial River in McEuen Park in honor of Sergeant Greg Moore, who passed away in May 2015. The river will include three waterfalls – “Respect,” “Honor,” and “Remember” – as well as 18 benches for people to relax and reflect on all of our men and women in blue who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Florida - February 2018 On Dec. 1, more than 70 men and women from the Florida State Aerie & Auxiliary enjoyed an afternoon reception hosted by the Florida Hospital Foundation. During the reception, the FOE was recognized for attaining a place of honor on the Foundation’s Lifetime Donor Hall of Fame by exceeding one half-million dollars in contributions. David Collis, President of the Florida Hospital Foundation, told the group that in appreciation for the outstanding achievement, the hospital renamed four key rooms within the facility in honor of the F.O.E. They are as follows: FOE Vitals Room in the Florida Hospital for Children FOE Library in the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute FOE Conference Room in the Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute FOE Creation Consult Room in the Florida Hospital Diabetes Institute During the ceremony, Collis also presented Florida Past State Madam President Michelle McCarthy with a special plaque in honor of her continued dedication and generosity to Florida Hospital. 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. Cresaptown, Maryland - February 2018 Cresaptown #2883 recently presented a check for $2,500 to the Interfaith Food Pantry. The money was raised through the members’ participation in the Auxiliary Christmas Auction and the annual Christmas Dinner. Standing are Aerie Vice President Steve Robinette, Auxiliary Chaplain Carolyn Helmstetter, Auxiliary Secretary Maryon Phillips, IFP Volunteer Coordinator Twila Stewart, Aerie Chaplain Todd Sloane, Auxiliary Trustee Pam Guthrie, Auxiliary Past Madam President Shirley Kane, Aerie Trustee Jeff Hare, IFP Secretary Joyce White, IFP Volunteer Dave White, Seated are Aerie President Tony Muir, Auxiliary President Kathy Hare, IFP Treasurer John Minnich, IFP Manager Bill Stewart. Missing from the picture was Jr. Past Madam President Cathy McKenzie, who was the Auctioneer. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.