4 September Seattle, Washington - July 2019 September 4, 2019 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Washington 0 Henning Ross and Jean Lenox have been long-standing members of Seattle Aerie #1 for decades. Henning is 98 years old and has been a member for 70 years, joining in 1941. Jean turns 91 in August and has been a member for 50 years; she joined the North Seattle Auxiliary in 1961 with Henning’s wife Helen. They volunteered many hours at their Aeries and always enjoyed the Eagle Conventions, Eagle Valley and other clubs where they met many wonderful people along the way and made lifelong friends. Henning and Jean remain friends and keep tabs on each other. From the July 2019 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Lake Havasu City, Arizona - July 2019 Lake Havasu City Eagles #4299 presented $13,231.23 to the CEO of Arizona Burn Foundation for Camp Courage. This camp is for children who are burn victims and their siblings. Lehigh Acres, Florida - July 2019 Lehigh Acres Eagles #3938 helped raise $2,106 for the Garner family, who needed assistance with burial costs for their family member. They raised the money by hosting a cake auction fundraiser. Lawrence, Kansas - July 2019 Lawrence Auxiliary #309 donated $11,000 to the Lawrence Schools Foundation, which will enable their Auxiliary to give a $500 scholarship to a deserving graduate each year for many years. This year’s scholarship went to Ella Keathley and was presented by PGWP Doris Bateson and Auxiliary Trustee Cassie Post. Kentucky - July 2019 During the 2019 Kentucky F.O.E State Convention, PSP Scott Templeton, Representatives of St. Jude Kyla Cole and Kathryn Weber, KY. State President Mike Baldwin, and WSP Mike Baldwin presented a $5,000 grant check to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Marlborough, Massachusetts - July 2019 Marlboro Eagles #3565 gave away $9,000 in scholarships during an office and bartenders appreciation party, which is held once a year. Lebanon, Ohio - July 2019 Miami Valley Aerie, Auxiliary, and Eagle Riders #1395 jointly presented a $2,200 check Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association of Dayton. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.