12 December Muskegon, Michigan - September 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Michigan 0 Muskegon Aerie #668 participated in the first Mark Hutchins Memorial Golf Outing and was able to present the University of Michigan with a check of $5,200 for their Melanoma research in memory of trustee and fellow eagle, Mark Hutchins. From the September 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Hudson, Florida - September 2018 Spring Hill Auxiliary and Aerie #4208 presented a $450 check to Hudson Elementary, along with boxes of backpacks and other school supplies. #4208 holds an annual fundraising event “Back to School Supplies” before the start of every school year. Lebanon, Ohio - September 2018 Miami Valley Auxiliary #1395 donated $1,000 to Warren County Children's Services for their school supply drive. Georgetown, Ohio - September 2018 On August 12 at the SW District meeting at Pleasant Aerie #2293, the late President of Hillsboro Aerie #1161 Tim Tabor was honored by presenting Tabor’s Vice Chairman of District 2 with a shirt and document stating Tim is #1 internationally with 108 applications for the past year. Tabor's love for the Eagles and his Eagles brothers and sisters will truly be missed. He was a man who lived by the Eagle's motto People helping People! Chattanooga, Tennessee - September 2018 Chattanooga Auxiliary #945 made a $1,427 donation to the Chattanooga Heart Institute and a $1,018.75 donation to the Catholic Health Initiatives Cancer Resource Center. Colonial Beach, Virginia - September 2018 Colonial Beach Aerie #4315 presented St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with a $15,000 check. The Aerie raised the money by holding a benefit dinner that included raffles, a brown bag auction, a silent auction, and a bucket drive. Garrisonville, Virginia - September 2018 Wayne Clark Aerie #4488 held a poker run and bike wash that raised over $4,700 for a local charity supporting childhood cancer called the Fairy Godmother Project. The FGP is a nonprofit and their mission is to ease the burden of day to day life for families facing all phases of a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.