14 April Stillwater, Oklahoma - March 2020 April 14, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Oklahoma 0 Stillwater Aerie #4277 member Otis Davenport was awarded with Yukon, Ok.’s Chamber Ambassador of the Year for his volunteer work for the organization. This is the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Awards Banquet to recognize the Chambers outstanding businesses and members. Otis and wife Barbara joined their home town Chamber of Commerce while surveying the area for a new charter. Otis was also asked to become a Chamber Ambassador. From the March 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Kasilof, Alaska - March 2020 Kasilof Eagles #4317 held a fundraiser for the Way-Out-Women Cancer Fund Run and was able to donate $4,057 to the cause. To raise the money, the Aerie and Auxiliary had food, a silent auction, split the pot and live music. For the WOW event, a team of women snowmobile riders logged 57+ miles in the hills to help those who suffer from cancer. Kenai Auxiliary #3525, contributed to the total by giving an additional $2,000 to the cause. Abbotsford, British Columbia - March 2020 Abbotsford Aerie #2726 President John Scammell presented Grand Worthy President Ron Malz with a $1,000 donation for this charity, Camp Confidence. The Confidence Learning Center is a nonprofit organization which assists developmentally disabled individuals of all ages by providing them a fun and exciting outlet to learn, gain life experience and become more confident in their abilities. New Rockford, North Dakota - March 2020 Midway Eagles #2923 donated $5,000 to the Sheyenne Fire Department. Norwalk, Connecticut - March 2020 Norwalk Eagles #588 donated more than $21,000 for pancreatic cancer research at Whittingham Cancer Center at Norwalk Hospital. Sullivan, Missouri - March 2020 Meramec Valley Eagles #3781 was the recipient of the 2019 Public Service Award by the Sullivan Area Chamber of Commerce for the countless efforts put forth by their members and officers helping others. Additionally, #3781’s Aerie president, Brady Vassallie, was awarded with Sullivan’s Man of the Year for 2019. Anchorage, Alaska - March 2020 During a mid-winter conference, Anchorage Auxiliary #4207 presented a $5,000 grant to the Anchorage Search Team (AST) from the Alzheimer's & Neurological Charity Foundation. The Anchorage Auxiliary #4207 was first introduced to AST when a member who has dementia went missing. During the search for this individual, #4207 were informed that AST is made up of volunteers and survives solely on donations. The Downtown Soup Kitchen/Hope Center (DSK Hope Center) provides meals, shelter, laundry services, and vocational training to homeless and low-income individuals in Anchorage, AK. They rely on private donations of food and money to meet the needs their guests. At the DSK Hope Center, their mission is to provide a hand up and out of homelessness. Feed Me Hope Bakery, Culinary School, and future Food Truck help their guests gain the skills they need to transform their lives. The Anchorage Aerie Auxiliary #4207 helped their Bakery and Culinary School with a $2,500 donation to buy new commercial ovens. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.