1 February Fredericksburg, Virginia - December 2020 February 1, 2021 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Virginia 0 Fredericksburg Aerie #4123 presented Grand Worthy President Dave Smith with a check for $5,000 at his official visit in early October. Officers of the Aerie treated GWP Smith to dinner and he then attended a meeting and initiation. This was the second $5,000 check received from the Fredericksburg Aerie for his charity projects. From the December 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Fredericksburg, Virginia - June 2020 Fredericksburg Eagles #4123 has been proudly supporting their Eagle Brothers, Ryan Pritt and Reggie Alcaraz, as they continue their racing careers at Dominion Raceway. Fredericksburg, Virginia - January 2020 Fredericksburg Auxiliary #4123 and Spotsylvania Auxiliary #4391 joined together for a postal auction fundraiser where participants bid on unopened packages based on the postmark. PGWP Jerry Sullivan was the auctioneer, and the Auxiliaries were able to raise $1,840.00 for the F.O.E. Cancer Fund. Fredericksburg, Virginia - August 2020 Fredericksburg #4123 Auxiliary held a Quarter Auction on August 1. This event was postponed twice because of the pandemic and finally held with social distancing rules in effect. The event raised over $3,800 for the Virginia State Madam President's charity, the Some Gave All Foundation, to help wounded veterans in the community. Streator, Illinois - December 2020 Grand Worthy President Dave Smith visited Streator Aerie #645 and to participate in the initiation of Tyler Russow on September 30th during his visit to Illinois. Tyler became the 4th generation to join Streator #645. Mid-Atlantic Region - December 2020 During the Mid-Atlantic Conference that was hosted by Fredericksburg Aerie #4123 in the first week of November, donations of $2,800 were presented to Grand Worthy President Dave Smith and Grand Madam President Jacques Marble’s charity Bridge for the Cure. Depew, New York - December 2020 Depew Auxiliary #2692 made a generous donation of $2,500 for the PDdance program. The Dance for PD program is committed to supporting their global community and encouraging people living with Parkinson’s to keep dancing during a time when in-studio classes by offering virtual classes and more. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.