11 May Edgewater, Florida - April 2018 May 11, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Florida 0 New Smyrna-Edgewater Aerie #4242 presented Wendy Bentley from the Southeast Volusia County Humane Society with two checks; one from the Aerie for $1,273 and another from the Eagle Riders #4242 for $635 to benefit their humanitarian efforts. From the April 2018 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Clearwater, Florida - April 2018 Great Clearwater Auxiliary and Aerie #3452 raised $700 for the Max Baer Heart Fund from their St Patrick’s Day dinner. Okahumpka, Florida - April 2018 Lake County Aerie #4273 donated $13,500 that will go toward scholarships to benefit children of the military. In appreciation of the Aerie’s charitable support for the military, Congressman Daniel Webster presented the Aerie with a flag. Edgewater, Florida - August 2018 New Smyrna Beach-Edgewater #4242 was able to raise $36,837 during the 2017-2018 Fraternal year, which is the most the Aerie has ever raised. They also awarded their Worthy President Paul Clarey with a gold card to commemorate his service and last year at the club. Foley, Alabama - April 2018 Coastal Aerie #4549 celebrated its grand opening and raised $600 during the event. Federal Heights, Colorado - April 2018 Aerie #4019 held a breakfast fundraiser to support Shield 616 and the Federal Heights Police Department, where they raised $1,200. Recently, three police officers were shot and killed in the line of duty. The Aerie was saddened by the tragic officer deaths and wanted to do something to help the men and women who risk their lives daily. The cause, Shield 616 “Support the Shield” helps better equip the men and women in the local police department safe with the best gear possible to keep them safe. Through the donated funds, Shield 616 will purchase and distribute rifle-ready protection designed for quick deployment to departments across Colorado. Elyria, Ohio - April 2018 Elyria Eagle Riders Aerie #431 held a spaghetti dinner and raffle fundraiser for Rayshawn and Samantha Camel after they lost everything in a house fire around Christmas. During the benefit, $1,500 was raised, and the Eagle Riders and Eagle Club raised $600 out of that total. The Camels are grateful for the community’s help, especially after the house damage ended up being estimated at $40,000 and is currently uninhabitable. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.