12 December Lake Havasu City, Arizona - June 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Arizona 0 Lake Havasu City #4299 donated $4,543 to support Hospice for Havasu, which is a nonprofit organization that serves the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the incurably ill, their families and friends in their community. #4299 raised the money by holding various fundraisers, including games, dinners, raffles, and craft sales. From the June 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Lake Havasu City, Arizona - June 2020 Lake Havasu Eagles #4299 donated $2,000 to the Lake Havasu Meals on Wheels program. During Covid-19, the Meals on Wheels program has been serving up to 300 meals a day for the past several weeks while struggling financially. This monetary donations will help keep this program going. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - February 2018 Lake Havasu Eagles #4299 Past Madam President Penny Lee recently presented a grant for $1,500 to the HAVEN House Food for Kids program. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - April 2018 Lake Havasu City Aerie and Auxiliary #4299 donated $12,500 for children’s cancer research at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - November 2018 Lake Havasu #4299 held their annual Miss Mess contest, and raised $4,269 for Art Ehrmann Cancer month. The money will go toward cancer research, GMP’s City of Hope charity, Camp Sunrise and Sidekicks, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and Leukemia research. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - December 2018 Lake Havasu City Aerie #4299 partook in Chloride Campout’s Old Miners Day Parade 2018 where they entered a float and won a ‘Best Overall’ trophy. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - January 2017 The Lake Havasu City Eagles held their Miss Mess 2016 event, raising $1,280 for cancer causes. Pictured, l to r, were PWP Dean Beard, PWP & State Trustee Bill Earle, AZ President-Elect Bob Lee, Conductor Mike Frieboes, PWP Paul Mosher, Treasurer Wally Lowe, Past Miss Mess Steve Hendrix, member Bob Galletti, Vice President Mike Nickell & AZ State President Steve Farmer. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.