4 September Kutztown, Pennsylvania - May 2019 September 4, 2019 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Pennsylvania 0 Kutztown Eagles #839 donated $1,250 to help Easter Seals Eastern Pennsylvania’s fundraising efforts to raise money to send children with disabilities to summer camps. The EEP organization raised over $4,400 and will be able to send 13 youngsters to camp this summer. From the May 2019 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Lock Haven, Pennsylvania - March 2019 Captain Dan Johnson of the Salvation Army accepted a $5,000 donation from the Lock Haven Aerie #4298. Presenters are Eagle Officers and Trustees Ron Bowes, JoAnn Bowes, George Stefanski, Kasey Campbell, Maud Peck, Todd Kreidler and Ken Wert. Indiana, Pennsylvania - April 2019 The Indiana Eagles #1468 raised more than $1,400 through a three-ball billiard tournament to benefit a future Make-a-Wish recipient. The proceeds will be used to sponsor an area youth between 2 and half to 18-years-old. Lock Haven, Pennsylvania - July 2019 Officers of Lock Haven Aerie #4298 presented the Goulden Touch Foundation’s Robbie Gould with $1,500 for the Windy City Kicker Golf Classic, which raises funds for local youth sports programs. Lock Haven, Pennsylvania - August 2019 Lock Haven Aerie #4298 gave $1,000 to the Leadership Clinton County, which is a program to develop community leaders using an economic partnership. Latrobe, Pennsylvania - September 2019 Tony Angelo #1188 held their Annual Mike Levay Gun Bash and was able to present $11,000 to their local Little League organization. Mike Levay was a coach and mentor for elementary age baseball players, along with being a member of the Aerie. He lost his life due to a tragic accident so the Aerie has continued his good work for the Little league organization. Lebanon, Pennsylvania - January 2019 Lebanon Aerie #472 donated $10,000 to the North Annville Police Chief Matthew Bartal and 911 Rapid Response Owner Mark Sallada’s 911 Rapid Response Project. According to Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc., 148 police officers were in killed in the U.S. in 2018, and the 911 RRP’s purpose is to help prevent officers from being killed in the line of duty. More than $11,000 in equipment will be distributed to each police department, the county detective bureau and sheriff’s office based on need and size of the department. It will include: Pouches with first-aid materials like a chest seal, gauze, bandages, trauma shears, a tourniquet, a hemostatic agent to control bleeding, active shooter vests, and ballistic helmets. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.