11 August Newport, Vermont - August 2022 August 11, 2022 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Vermont Newport, Vermont, Charity 0 Northeast Kingdom Eagles #4329 hosted a fundraiser for an individual in their community battling cancer and raised more than $30,000 for his personal needs, medical bills and funeral expenses. The Ladies’ Auxiliary also awarded him with a check for $700 from raffle proceeds. From the August 2022 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Post Falls, Idaho - August 2022 Post Falls Eagles #3682 presented a check in the amount of $3,671 to the Post Falls Police Dept., supporting the 23rd annual Holidays and Heroes program. The money was raised via a luau held by the club, featuring drawings, raffles and live music. North Mason, Washington - August 2022 North Mason Eagles #4226 donated a check for $2,000 on May 25 to North Mason Band Boosters to support students at Belfair Elementary, Sand Hill Elementary, Hawkins Middle School and North Mason High School. Thanks to the help of the bingo ladies, kitchen staff and bingo followers, more than $26,000 has been donated to local groups in Belfair and Mason County since its onset. Ladysmith, British Columbia - August 2022 Ladysmith’s local member of the Legislative Assembly introduced the Fraternal Order of Eagles and 2021-22 Provincial Worthy President Joey Lasaga and 2022-23 Provincial Madam President Bobbi Williamson to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Both Joey and Bobbi will receive a commemorative book from the legislature and an official transcript of the proceedings, as well as a DVD of the introduction. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - August 2022 Lake Havasu Eagles #4299 donated $12,375 to Camp Courage Arizona Burn Camp. Pictured, Rex Albright, Chris Deutsch, Marian Deutsch, Wendy Kirchhoff and Dorothy Nickell. Lebanon, Ohio - August 2022 Miami Valley Eagles Auxiliary #1395 held their 69th Anniversary Party recently, recognizing all the Past Madam Presidents. The six in attendance were Lynn Rudolph Philpot, Pat Winfield, Peg Mathney, Joan Crowe, Tiffany Dorgan Boggs and Debbie Jacobs. Whidbey Island, Washington - August 2022 Whidbey Island Eagles #3418 recently presented the community with $22,000 in donations to a variety of different organizations. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.