12 December Wheeling, West Virginia - May 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles West Virginia 0 Elm Grove Auxiliary #1891 gave a donation of $800 to St. John’s Home for Children. The non-profit provides a residential facility for boys ages 8-14 with behavioral or emotional difficulties and/or who are victims of abuse and neglect. After receiving the donation, St. John’s stated that the Eagles, “are phenomenal in the work that they do and their generosity within our community.” From the May 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Virginia Beach, Virginia - November 2018 Virginia Beach Eagles #3204’s Auxiliary President Debbie Hall and Aerie President Bill Singleton were presented with the 2018 Eastern Virginia Medical School Outstanding Community Champion Award. Over the past 20 years, #3204 has donated a total of $100,000 to the Eastern Virginia Medical School Diabetes Research Center. Strasburg, Virginia - March 2018 -Massanutten Aerie 4186 donates $830, which is enough to send two local boy scouts to camp next summer. -Massanutten Aerie donates $220 to help send children from our local high school to the national FFA conference. -Massanutten Aerie donates $220 to help send children from our local high school on a trip to Philadelphia with the music department. Alexandria, Virginia - May 2018 Alva Aerie #871 hosted a Cinco De Mayo Charity Party which raised $2,000 for Special Olympics in Northern Virginia. Fredericksburg, Virginia - April 2018 Fredericksburg Aerie #4123, Virginia is sponsoring Ryan Pritt Racing #12, where he will be driving in the modified series at Dominion Raceway in Thornburg, VA. The Aerie plans to hold membership drives at the race track throughout the racing season. Pritt posed for a picture with Jr. Past Grand Worthy President Jerry L. Sullivan. Staunton, Virginia - May 2018 During Valley Children's Advocacy Center’s fourth annual gala, Virginia State President Jerome Lane donated a check for $10,000 to the cause. Elliott’s Knob Auxiliary #680 also donated $1,000 and Shenandoah Valley Eagles #4150 donated an additional $1,000 during the gala. Valley CAC is a non-profit that is designed to reduce the trauma and advance the recovery of abused and neglected children. West Warren, Massachusetts - June 2018 Quabaug Aerie #4133 held their first Cocktails for a Cause night where they ended up raising $800. The money will go toward the Quaboag Regional Middle High School scholarship fund, in memory of the three students who passed away in November due to a tragic car accident. The Patrolmens Union added an additional $100 to the cause during the event. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.