11 May Kenton, Ohio - April 2021 May 11, 2021 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Ohio 0 Kenton Eagles #2163 presented the Kenton Little League a donation check for $22,251. Pictured, l to r, are Eagles Trustees Brandon Hamm and Gary Chamberlin, and Kenton Little League Representatives David Fields, Matt Jennings, Wes Baker and Sam Albert. From the April 2021 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Circleville, Ohio - April 2021 Circleville Aerie #685 would like to thank all their generous sponsors, players and volunteers for making their 6th annual Ray Crawford Memorial Golf Outing a success! This one day event raised $10,596 dollars for Transformation Through Hope, a non-profit organization changing lives in Pickaway County, Ohio. Corporate sponsors included The Michelle Kovach Network, The Savings Bank, Lancaster Speed and Chrome, The Mash Pantry, Corky Que BBQ, Sanitec Service and Supply Company, Roosters, Lancaster Bingo, Kingdom realty, GAC Construction Services, LLC, Forakers Lawn Care, Classic Brands, Circleville Ladies Auxiliary 685, Central Ohio Fabrication, Buckeye Fitness, American Eagle Mortgage, Martin Show Cattle, All Utilities & Excavation unlimited, LLC, Pour House, Shagbark Homes, Vinton county bank, Z&K, LLC, Delaware Aerie 376, Coughlin Ford, Bellefontaine Aerie 2166. Brunswick, Ohio - April 2021 In late 2019, when the idea to improve Brunswick Aerie 3505’s internet service was broached, the principal objection was that improved connectivity would not bring in new members. Was that the goal? The COVID related Aerie shutdown in 2020 delayed several items, such as Officer elections. Yet, it also provided the catalyst for much needed improvements. One development driven by Aerie member Chris Lattner and his wife, Auxiliary member Kelly, during the shutdown was the painting of the interior. This was a reminder to members a project could be done at a fraction of the cost using volunteers. “The technology decision was based on two primary needs: Improve club communications. And provide updated amenities our members were requesting,” said Aerie President Terry Wise. Kenton, Ohio - April 2019 Kenton Aerie #2163 presented the Kenton Little League a check for $17,072.43 for operational cost and to help cover participation fees for those who are need of assistance. Panhandle, Florida - April 2021 On February 6, Panhandle Eagles Aerie #4045 hosted a fundraiser for brother Mike Fitzgerald. The event was held on a great day as they were also celebrating the 123rd birthday of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. A few years ago, Mike was severely injured when he was involved in a motorcycle accident where he was pinned beneath an automobile. Mike has been in and out of the hospital on numerous occasions, undergoing medical treatment trying to save his right leg. Last year, his medical team determined that there was nothing more they could do. In early December, Mike went through an amputation procedure on his right leg. Thankfully, today he is doing very well. Unfortunately, the last two years placed Mike into a very stressful financial situation. The Aerie's Activities Committee members, under the direction of Ginnie Kameenui, wanted to help Mike reduce his stressful burden. In a very short time, they planned and held a very successful fundraiser and were able to present Mike with a check for $11,150.00. 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. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin - April 2021 On March 13, the Fond du Lac Eagles Aerie held their third annual Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser in conjunction with their Eagle State Officers Party. The proceeds from the event went to the Aerie & Auxiliary State Presidents projects. The Chili Cook-Off and other raffles raised $680. Wisconsin State Eagles Aerie President Kevin Keller’s project is Wisconsin Veterans Network and he received a check for $782, while State Eagle Auxiliary President Alice Janquart’s project is Rawhide, receiving a check for $665. Our “Celebrity Judges” were Lt. Rick Faris, Eng. Mike Spencer and FF/PM Andrea Hoksbergen from the Fond du Lac Fire Department. This year's Cook-Off winner was Chris Hartwig and 2019’s winner was Mark Schaefer. 2020’s event was canceled due to Covid-19. Pictured from left, Kevin Keller, Wisconsin Eagles State Aerie President, Alice Janquart, Wisconsin Eagles State Auxiliary President, Mark Schaefer and Chris Hartwig. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.