13 December Montrose, Michigan - November 2018 December 13, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Michigan 0 Montrose Aerie #4090 presented charter member Ike Fabela with an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. where he visited the World War II Memorial. Fabela recently turned 100 in June and is now the oldest veteran that made this flight from Michigan. From the November 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Woodland, Michigan - November 2018 Woodland Aerie #3782 collected food for their make a difference drive, and donated it to Manna’s Market food pantry in Lake Odessa, Michigan. 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. Abbotsford, British Columbia - November 2018 Abbotsford Aerie #2726 donated $1,500 to Cops for Cancer. The money will cover the funds to send one child to camp Goodtimes – which is a cancer camp for kids. The funds were raised during a dinner held for police and first responders who attend #2726’s annual bike tour to raise money for kids with cancer. This is the tenth year the Aerie has held this event. Aurora, Colorado - November 2018 Aurora Eagle Riders donated $15,300 to the Children’s Hospital Colorado for diabetes research during the Aurora Eagles anniversary dinner in October. Pueblo, Colorado - November 2018 Pueblo Eagles #145 was voted the Best of Pueblo Colorado in two categories; Best Wedding Venue and Best Night out with Friends. Out of 300,000 votes, #145 took gold in both categories. Fort Walton Beach, Florida - November 2018 Panhandle Aerie #4045 stepped up to help those affected by Hurricane Michael. Through donations, and help from others, they were able to donate pallets of water, and approximately 5,000 lbs. of supplies. Additionally, two charcoal/ propane grills were anonymously donated, so the Aerie purchased tanks of propane, charcoal, and lighter fluid, and donated those items to Fire Chief Nicky Lovett of Marianne. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.