14 April Hallock, Minnesota - January 2020 April 14, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Minnesota 0 In November of 2019, Hallock Eagles #2617 donated a total of $2,275 to various organizations, including Kittson Central Class of 2021, Kennedy Center, Hallock Area Community Fund, Hallock Curling Club, Hoollock Firemans relief Association, Hallock Public Library, and the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. From the January 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Hallock, Minnesota - January 2021 The Eagles of Hallock #2617 recently presented a grant from the F.O.E. Charity Foundation Cancer Fund for $1,000 to the Hospice of Kittson County. They also donated $500 to the Salvation Army and $150 to the Hallock Senior Nutrition Council. Pictured, l to r, Hallock Secretary Daniel “Woody” Woodard and Tersa Clay of the Hospice of Kittson County. 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. Minnesota - January 2017 While serving as State President of the Minnesota Eagles Auxiliary in 2015-2016, Mary Lee chose Hospice of the Red River to be her charity. Various Eagles fundraisers at the state and local level and the Past Presidents Club of Detroit Lakes #2342 helped raise $18,642.76 for the Hospice. The check was presented to Jane Bartholomay during the local Eagles’ Auxiliary’s 55th Anniversary Celebration. Bemidji, Minnesota - January 2017 Paul Bunyon Aerie #351 donated $2,500 to the Bemidji High School Robotics Club. Pictured, from l to r, Aerie President Jeff Olson and Robotics class students Mariah Sandberg, Shelby Bjerke and Kedrick Johnson. Austin, Minnesota - April 2020 Lookout Eagles #703 made a $1,500 donation to Hot Meals on Wheels. The donation made it possible for the organization to purchase shelf stable foods and new reusable red bags that could be filled and delivered to recipients. 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. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.