13 August Manitowoc, Wisconsin - June 2020 August 13, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Wisconsin 0 Manitowoc Eagles #706 presented a check in the amount of $1,140 to The Eternal Flame and Veterans Memorial. A Flag Day service was held at the club on June 14th and local Vets were invited. From the June 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan - June 2020 On Sunday, June 21, 2020 Moose Jaw Aerie #3395, held its first meeting after being closed for 3 months. During the Aerie meeting, Auxiliary Madam President Darlene Beaudin made a donation on behalf of Moose Jaw Auxiliary #3395 in the amount of $5,000 to Aerie President, Randy Wetaski, to assist the Aerie with the payment of the yearly property taxes as the Aerie has been without revenue for a few months. They said they are so proud to be a club that works together. Pueblo, Colorado - June 2020 With store shelves ravaged because of the Coronavirus, Pueblo West Colorado Aerie #4471 made arrangements with their supply wholesaler to let their members order meats, paper towels and toilet paper, and other essentials through the Aerie. A few of the members separated the orders and delivered them to members' cars once a week. Fredericksburg, Virginia - June 2020 Fredericksburg Eagles #4123 has been proudly supporting their Eagle Brothers, Ryan Pritt and Reggie Alcaraz, as they continue their racing careers at Dominion Raceway. 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. Merrill, Wisconsin - June 2018 Merrill Auxiliary #584 donated $582.76 from the proceeds raised from a pancake breakfast to the Merrill Habitat House. The Merrill Habitat House will be used as a homeless shelter for the local community. Wausau, Wisconsin - June 2018 Wausau Aerie #251’s first annual Antique Car Show was a big success and allowed them to donate to multiple Veteran causes. From the money raised, #251 donated $1,000 to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, and presented the Man of Honor Society with $1,000. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.