7 February Jamestown, North Dakota - January 2023 February 7, 2023 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Dakota 0 James River Eagles Aerie #2337 recently presented a check for $20,000 to the Jamestown Rural Fire Department for the purchase of a new pumper truck. From the January 2023 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Jamestown, North Dakota - April 2021 James River Eagles Aerie #2337 donated $20,000 to Home on the Range in Sentinel Butte, ND. The money will be used to help the residents and purchase items they need. The Aerie also previously donated $40,000. James River Eagles also donated $8,580 to the All Vets Club in Jamestown, ND, for replacing the ceiling tiles throughout the club. Vermillion, South Dakota - January 2017 Sunshine Aerie #2421 in Vermillion presented a grant for $5,000 from the D.D. Dunlap Kidney Fund to University of South Dakota researchers Curtis Kost, Jr., PhD and Douglas Martin, PhD for a project entitled Protective Effect of Bradykinin Receptors in Hypertension and Chronic Kidney Disease. The check was presented by visiting Grand Worthy President-Elect Tom McGrath. Pictured, l to r, Quentin Larson, Grand Aerie Legal Advisor Creighton Thurman, Dr. Curtis Kost Jr., Dr. Douglas Martin, Dakota State Outside Guard Kent Osborne and Grand Aerie President-Elect Tom McGrath. Hudson, Florida - January 2023 Hudson Eagles #3997 recently presented a check for $7,600 to Lindsey Oliver of the National Pediatric Center. Pictured, l to r, member Caren Klenert, Worthy President Anthony Prezioso, Madam President Lynnell Delury, Trustee Pam Baione and Oliver. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - January 2023 Lake Havasu City Eagles #4299 presented representatives from the DES (Department of Economic Security) with a check for $12,000 to assist Lake Havasu City families with gift cards for Christmas. They also donated more than 70 gifts to Haven House for area children. Bradenton, Florida - January 2023 When Hurricane Ian came to town on September 28, 2022, Eagle Village suffered extensive damage. Most of the retired Eagle residents were without power for a full week. First to respond with aid was Bradenton Aerie #3171 and the Eagle Riders of #3171. The Riders donated $500 and the Aerie matched their donation, giving $500 plus donating food and supplies. Eagle Village Council members Tom Hejra and Sally Whipple presented certificates of appreciation from the Village residents to Aerie President Ed Rayburn and Eagle Riders President Rick Killion. Lebanon, Ohio - January 2023 Warren County Eagles #1395 recently donated $1,500 to the Pink Ribbon Girls, an organization which helps breast cancer survivors with transportation to appointments, provides house cleaning services and meal delivery in addition to other support during their recovery. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.