12 December Georgetown, Ohio - September 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Ohio 0 On August 12 at the SW District meeting at Pleasant Aerie #2293, the late President of Hillsboro Aerie #1161 Tim Tabor was honored by presenting Tabor’s Vice Chairman of District 2 with a shirt and document stating Tim is #1 internationally with 108 applications for the past year. Tabor's love for the Eagles and his Eagles brothers and sisters will truly be missed. He was a man who lived by the Eagle's motto People helping People! From the September 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Georgetown, Ohio - March 2018 Ohio State Treasurer Jack Buehner received a $1,000 donation for the Eagles Cancer Fund from Pleasant Aerie #2293. Lebanon, Ohio - September 2018 Miami Valley Auxiliary #1395 donated $1,000 to Warren County Children's Services for their school supply drive. Georgetown, Ohio - May 2018 Pleasant Aerie #2293 donated their social hall and $200 for Georgetown Library’s Barbie Princess Party. This is the second year that they have contributed to this, and more than 74 princesses were in attendance. Georgetown, Ohio - November 2018 Pleasant Eagles #2293 presented a check for $2,000 to the Brown County Ohio Peace Officers Association for the "Shop with a Cop" program which helps local children in need have a wonderful Christmas. 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. Greenfield, Ohio - April 2018 American flags dedicated to the 660 veterans who take their own lives each month are now on display at the Paint Aerie #1325 Eagles lodge. The flags are a part of the Forgotten Soldiers project, which is designed to bring attention to this tragedy by moving the display every so often to a different location. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.