22 September Norwalk, Connecticut - Sept. 2017 September 22, 2017 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Connecticut 0 The Eagle Riders of Norwalk #588 held a memorial ride to celebrate the lives of fallen members Art “Arty” Santella, Sandra “Killer” Bradley, David “Scooter” Carroll and Baby Bella Redondo. The event was held as a fundraiser for Autism Services and Resources of Connecticut and with everyone’s help, the Eagle Riders were able to raise $3,000. From the September 2017 edition of People Helping People Related Articles Norwalk, Connecticut - January 2017 Norwalk Eagle Riders #588 held their first ever Back To School Day For King Kennedy to raise school supplies. Prime Burger Sono supplied foods for the event, which collected an incredible amount of supplies for the community. The event was chaired by member Luis Delgado and his wife Emma and assisted by the Eagles and Eagle Riders. They also held a BBQ/Poker Run event to raise money for Rivers of Recovery, supporting veterans with PTSD, raising $1,300. Pictured, l to r, are Rey, Emma and Ryan Delgado, Treasurer Karen Hood, President Tommy Miller, Russ Janice, Harry Scheef, Mike Blank and Trustee Art Ehlers. Illinois - September 2017 Blue Island Auxiliary #1332 member Janice Soria was inducted into the Illinois State Auxiliary Hall of Fame during the State Convention on June 13. Janice routinely goes above and beyond to serve the Illinois State Eagles and the sisters of Illinois were proud to bestow this prestigious honor upon her for her efforts. Evansville, Indiana - Sept. 2017 River City #4023 recently installed its new Auxiliary officers. Installing President Suzie Schapker and Installing Conductor Sally Carr led the installation of new officers, including Auxiliary President Melinda Guinn. Inverness, Florida - Sept. 2017 Citrus Eagles #3992 recently awarded their first annual scholarship to Citrus High senior Miranda Scott. The following criteria were used to determine the first recipient: 1. Student need not be one of 4.0 grade average but one who applies himself/ herself diligently at all times. 2. In the interest of our motto, “ people helping people”, the student need be one who never disrupts the classroom, who never engages in bullying practices but may even be one who champions the bullied. A student who volunteers should be a serious candidate. 3. A student who’s attendance is sterling with no unexcused absences. 4. A student who never shows disrespect in any way to our country, I.E. The National Anthem, our flag, our military , first responders and/or law enforcement officials. 5. A student who never shows disrespect toward his/ her teachers. 6. All things being equal, a student coming from a less than affluent family who may genuinely need financial help to move to the next level of education. Croswell, Michigan - Sept. 2017 Croswell-Lexington Eagles #4465 have been hard at work for the last year, raising countless funds to benefit the community. Members made a substantial donation to the Croswell Food Truck Ministry, helping provide $125 in food to each of 184 families to feed a total of 758 individuals in need. They also donated $550 to the Moving Wall project to help bring the Vietnam Veterans Moving Wall to Sandusky, Ohio. Lastly, they gave $500 to Cub Scout Pack #322 to help buy tents and camping gear. Cle Elum, Washington - Sept. 2017 Harry Nelson, a member of the popular local band The Willies, was injured in a motorcycle accident, undergoing long-term therapy and facing extensive medical bills. Cle Elum Eagles #649 answered the call to help, holding a HarryStock event on June 3 to help raise funds to offset Nelson’s bills. The street in front of the club was closed down and featured a beer garden, bands and raffles all to help Harry. The event raised more than $30,000 to help Harry in his recovery. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.