24 January Vincennes, Indiana - January 2019 January 24, 2019 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Indiana 0 Vincennes Junior Eagles #384 visited the Bettye J. McCormic Senior Center and surprised all 62 seniors with Christmas gifts. From the January 2019 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Syracuse, Indiana - January 2019 Lakeland Aerie #3760 held a benefit for the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, and was able to donate $1,600 to the cause. Members and friends enjoyed giving, food, camaraderie among families and friends and a performance by an Elvis impersonator. Vincennes, Indiana - January 2018 The Junior Order of Eagles of Vincennes #384 hosted a holiday dinner on Dec. 17, for all members of the Aerie and Auxiliary, collecting donations for the local Pet Port animal shelter. Evansville, Indiana - January 2017 River City Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary #4023 made a donation of $1,000 to Vanderburgh County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). The organization advocates and serves as a voice in court for kids who have been abused or neglected. CASA currently serves 491 children. Indiana, Pennsylvania - April 2019 The Indiana Eagles #1468 raised more than $1,400 through a three-ball billiard tournament to benefit a future Make-a-Wish recipient. The proceeds will be used to sponsor an area youth between 2 and half to 18-years-old. Lebanon, Pennsylvania - January 2019 Lebanon Aerie #472 donated $10,000 to the North Annville Police Chief Matthew Bartal and 911 Rapid Response Owner Mark Sallada’s 911 Rapid Response Project. According to Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc., 148 police officers were in killed in the U.S. in 2018, and the 911 RRP’s purpose is to help prevent officers from being killed in the line of duty. More than $11,000 in equipment will be distributed to each police department, the county detective bureau and sheriff’s office based on need and size of the department. It will include: Pouches with first-aid materials like a chest seal, gauze, bandages, trauma shears, a tourniquet, a hemostatic agent to control bleeding, active shooter vests, and ballistic helmets. Stillwater, Oklahoma - January 2019 Stillwater Eagle Riders #4277 presented Central Oklahoma Adult and Teen Challenge with a $3,000 donation. The ATC center offers a one year program to help teen boys and men that are heading down a path of drugs and alcohol with a chance for a new start. Stillwater Eagle Riders #4277 hosted a fundraising benefit for Kynlee, where they were able to raise $2,800 and give her and her family a collection of pop tabs to help pay for medical treatments, along with a series of presents. Kynlee is a 3-year-old suffering from Moyamoya Disease, which is a rare progressive cerebrovascular disorder caused by blocked arteries at the base of the brain. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.