28 April New Port Richey, Florida April 28, 2017 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Florida 0 On April 12, Suncoast Eagles Auxiliary #3153 presented a check for $2,000 to Gulfside Hospice in memory of Sheila Kay Scott, a Past Madam President of Suncoast #3153. The money was raised from a luncheon chaired by the Past Madam Presidents of Suncoast #3153. Pictured, l to r, back row: Cathy Dyer, PMP Marlene Gordon, PMP Ana Mahar; front row: Anna Wabiszczewicz, Pat Laethem, Joann Morowski, Christine Bidwell, 10-year Secretary Kathy Myers, PMP Betty Bleau, 10-year Treasurer Lois Hanus, PMP Ann Dunham, Richard Scott and Hospice Director Clara Armstrong. From the April 2017 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles New Port Richey, Florida - January 2017 On Oct. 1, the Ladies’ Auxiliary #3153 held an Italian event for Alzheimer’s, presenting a grant check for $2,000 to Dan Minor of the Alzheimer’s South Florida Foundation. Pictured, l to r, are Minor, Auxiliary Secretary Kathy Myers and Past Madam President and Event Chairman Debbi Ryan. New Port Richey, Florida - May 2018 -Suncoast Auxiliary #3153 donated $1,000 to Neighborhood Revitalization! The money will be used to build decent, affordable houses with community partners and qualified families. -Suncoast Auxiliary #3153 gave a donation of $1,000 to the non-profit CARES. To date Aerie #3153 has donated over $3,500 to the clinic. CARES is an organization dedicated to helping older adults in West Central Florida to stay at home, stay connected, stay independent, and stay informed through health, social and supportive services. Fruitport, Michigan - March 2017 Fruitport #3666 Auxiliary President Barbara McGruther works tirelessly to raise money for charity and is always open to lending a hand. Last November, Barb asked if she could raffle a homemade quilt, made by Joyce Miller of the local Legion Post, to raise money for the American Veterans Association. Barb challenged herself to raise $500, increasing her goal each time she met it. At the time of the drawing, Barb had raised a total of $1,050 and she presented the check to local Director Dave Eling on Jan. 27. The money is being placed in the emergency fund to help Veterans with their immediate goals. Spring Hill, Florida - March 2017 On March 10, Spring Hill #4208 Eagle Riders members Diane Irwin, Barbara Cyr and Annie Krysheski presented a check for $2,000 from the 3rd Annual Terry Irwin Run held Jan. 21, to the Fisher House, associated with the James A. Haley Hospital in Tampa. The following day, Aerie and Auxiliary members joined the more than 1,000 people who took part in the Hunger Walk. Spring Hill members walked and raised $417 dollars for the walk, which generated more than $75,000 total to help fight hunger in Pasco County by providing Pack-A-Sack food for kids and hot meals from Metropolitan Ministries. Pictured, l to r, are Spring Hill members Ann Krysheski, Diane Irwin, Beth Bendl and Bobby Frank. Orlando, Florida - April 2017 Orlando Aerie & Auxiliary #3496 held a fundraiser for the Russell Home for Atypical Children, collecting $1,350 for the cause. Russell Home was the first nonprofit in the country for brain-damaged children. The home consists of a nursery, dormitory wing, playrooms, living room areas, kitchen and large laundry room. The nursery, done up in bright colors with many posters and stuffed animals, is cheerful for the children. In the home is an occupational license from Nov. 13, 1951, when the home opened. Since then, it has opened its doors to hundreds of youngsters. Pictured are Geoff and Doris Robe presented the check to Administrator Betty Turner. Edgewater, Florida - May 2017 New Smyrna-Edgewater Eagles #4242 recently presented three checks to Florida Hospital New Smyrna Beach. $2,000 was donated to cardiac care, $1,000 to breast cancer and $1,000 to diabetes programs. Craig Bair, hospital President, and Pat Driver, Hospital Foundation Chairman, were in attendance. Pictured, l to r, are Aerie President James Gombita, Driver, and Conductor Kath Ferguson. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.