28 October Sullivan, Missouri - August 2020 October 28, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Missouri 0 Meramec Valley Eagles #3781 recently donated 3 pallets of water bottles to the Sullivan, Bourbon, Spring Bluff and Strain-Japan school districts and St. Anthony’s. The donation totals 5,616 bottles of water and will be disturbed to local schools to assist in needs of students or staff due to COVID restrictions for the upcoming school year. #3781 is celebrating 43 years (est. Aug 28, 1977), and is proud to serve and support the Sullivan and Bourbon communities! From the August 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Shell Knob, Missouri - August 2020 Shell Knob Eagles #4155 partnered with the Central Crossing Senior Center. The CCS Center is an advocate for seniors, and is providing them with residential opportunities. Photo Credit: Cassville Democrat Missouri - August 2020 During a district meeting, Missouri State Eagles presented a $30,000 grant check to the Cancer Research Center. 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. Sullivan, Missouri - November 2020 Meramec Auxiliary #3781 held their Annual Yard Sale event and was able to raise $3,673.81. The proceeds were split and donated to Meramec Community Mission and Bourbon Thrift Store Pantry. Anchorage, Alaska - August 2020 Anchorage Auxiliary #4207 member Dina Niver was recently surprised with a plaque commemorating her induction in the Grand Auxiliary Hall of Fame. Dina served as Alaska State Madam President for the 2009-10 fraternal year and served as Pacific Northwest Regional Madam President in 2017-18. Old Town, Florida - August 2020 Old Town #4520 recently stepped up to help an area veteran in need. The steps leading to Amos Cannon’s home were falling apart, so two donors provided materials and Secretary Jason Tilley provided the labor to fix the stairs and give Mr. Cannon a brand new set of steps leading to his front door. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.