22 September Inverness, Florida - Sept. 2017 September 22, 2017 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Florida 0 Citrus Eagles #3992 recently awarded their first annual scholarship to Citrus High senior Miranda Scott. The following criteria were used to determine the first recipient: 1. Student need not be one of 4.0 grade average but one who applies himself/ herself diligently at all times. 2. In the interest of our motto, “ people helping people”, the student need be one who never disrupts the classroom, who never engages in bullying practices but may even be one who champions the bullied. A student who volunteers should be a serious candidate. 3. A student who’s attendance is sterling with no unexcused absences. 4. A student who never shows disrespect in any way to our country, I.E. The National Anthem, our flag, our military , first responders and/or law enforcement officials. 5. A student who never shows disrespect toward his/ her teachers. 6. All things being equal, a student coming from a less than affluent family who may genuinely need financial help to move to the next level of education. From the September 2017 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Inverness, Florida - September 2017 Citrus #3992 recently partnered with Eugene Quinn VFW Post #4337 to assist deserving Vietnam veteran Bob Calabreese with a new water well. The two organizations were instrumental in raising the necessary funds for the project. They would like to thank Langley Well and Pump for their assistance. Pictured, l to r, front row: Madam President Karen McDaniel, VFW Auxiliary President Theresa Fortin, Aerie President Roger Langley and VFW Junior Vice Commander Carl Cyr; back row: Bryan McKee, Langley Well and Pump’s James Edwards, VFW Honor Guard member Randolph Bellamy and Langley Well and Pump’s Jeremy Wall. Edgewater, Florida - Sept. 2017 New Smyrna-Edgewater Eagles #4242 recently donated $1,000 to the Volusia County Humane Society. Pictured, l to r, Conductor Kath Ferguson, Humane Society President Lori Morgan and President Paul Clarey. They also donated $2,000 to Florida Memorial Hospital NSB for Parkinson’s Outpatient Rehab. Pictured are Ferguson, Parkinson’s Outpatient Program Director of Marketing Marlene Thomas and Clarey. Gainesville, Florida - Sept. 2017 Eagles Landing #4385 raised $25,000 through a golf tournament last April and with matching grants approved by the Florida State Executive Board, presented $50,000 to the McKnight Brain Institute and Motion Disorders Institute at the University of Florida in August. Hudson, Florida - Sept. 2017 Spring Hill Eagles #4208 donated $465 to Hudson Elementary School, along with a variety of supplies to help students in need. New Port Richey, Florida - January 2017 On Oct. 1, the Ladies’ Auxiliary #3153 held an Italian event for Alzheimer’s, presenting a grant check for $2,000 to Dan Minor of the Alzheimer’s South Florida Foundation. Pictured, l to r, are Minor, Auxiliary Secretary Kathy Myers and Past Madam President and Event Chairman Debbi Ryan. Spring Hill, Florida - March 2017 On March 10, Spring Hill #4208 Eagle Riders members Diane Irwin, Barbara Cyr and Annie Krysheski presented a check for $2,000 from the 3rd Annual Terry Irwin Run held Jan. 21, to the Fisher House, associated with the James A. Haley Hospital in Tampa. The following day, Aerie and Auxiliary members joined the more than 1,000 people who took part in the Hunger Walk. Spring Hill members walked and raised $417 dollars for the walk, which generated more than $75,000 total to help fight hunger in Pasco County by providing Pack-A-Sack food for kids and hot meals from Metropolitan Ministries. Pictured, l to r, are Spring Hill members Ann Krysheski, Diane Irwin, Beth Bendl and Bobby Frank. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.