12 December Lincoln City, Oregon - June 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Oregon 0 North Lincoln #2576 presented a $1,400 check to the Taft High School Music Program. The money was raised by a combined effort of the Aerie from a weekend garage sale. From the June 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Lake Havasu City, Arizona - June 2018 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. Lincoln City, Oregon - April 2017 On April 7, North Lincoln Aerie and Auxiliary #2576 presented checks totaling $1,300 to the local high school music department. The funds will be used to help students attend music camp. Accepting for Taft High School was Elementary Principal and Music Committee member Nick Lupo. Funds were raised through a group effort from Aerie President Mike Jones, Auxiliary President Loene Loan and Past Madam President Sandi Randleman. Lincoln City, Oregon - October 2017 North Lincoln #2576 completed a successful School Supply Drive, delivering $1,500 in supplies to the local high school to be used by the homeless students in grades 7-12. The supplies were donated by members and their friends. Alabama - June 2018 During the 2017-2018 Fraternal year, Madam State President Jane Covington and the Alabama State Auxiliary Members raised a $29,554 for Covington's charity - Children’s Hospital of Birmingham. North Vancouver, British Columbia - June 2018 Northwest Aerie #2638 held a fundraiser and ended up donating $2,380 to Covenant House Vancouver, which is a non-profit that provides love and hope through Continuum of Care to street youth who have fled physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse. Needles, California - June 2018 Needles Aerie and Auxiliary #2599 raised $700 from a Fry Bread dinner. The money will go toward helping Needles Student Travel Group’s trip to Washington D.C. in June 2019. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.