Due to inclement weather, the Polar Plunge has been postponed to Saturday January 22 at 2:00.
Members of the Cape Fair Eagles and Auxiliary will take part in the Polar Plunge for Parkinson's on Saturday January 22.
The plunge will take place at 2:00 at the Cape Fair Marina swim area.
There will be a chili supper following at the Aerie lodge (8089 State Hwy 76) to help warm everyone up. It will start at around 4:00. There is no cost for the meal, but donations will be accepted.
Please come and help contribute to the battle against Parkinson's Disease!
Thanks to all the people who took part in this GUMI benefit! We were able to raise $3000!
In coordination with Veteran's Day and to help returning veterans who are struggling with PTSD, the Cape Fair Eagles is inviting everyone to join us for a benefit dinner and dance on Saturday, November 13. Proceeds will go to support GUMI Camp. GUMI (Glad U Made It) Camp offers a program and a place to partner with veterans working through their struggle with PTSD. Please go to www.gumicampusa.com for more details about the Camp.
Eagles Aerie 4278, 8089 W. State Highway 76 in Cape Fair
Tim Hadler, Nashville Singer/Songwriter and founder of GUMI CAMP USA, will be providing the musical entertainment. Tim grew up on a farm with a love for music. He jokes that his first audience was the cows he milked. Soon after graduating, he moved to Nashville to pursue his career in music. His musical resume includes the Grand Ole Opry, the Crook and Chase Show, and RFD TV's Midwest Country. He regularly performs in Branson when not on tour around the country. Tim is a patriot who whole heartily supports our military veterans. He may just sing a few Hank Williams’ songs along with his dance music repertoire. Come for a great evening of food and music. Bring your friends and family to support this admirable cause to help veterans.
Extreme poverty, lack of food, clothing, education, basic medical and dental care is a very real problem in Honduras, Central America. The charitable Esperanza Foundation was created to help. Future plans include a school, medical and dental clinic and an orphanage. The goal is to create a better quality of life for a number of families and raise them out of poverty.
The Esperanza Foundation ships a box of supplies to Honduras every 2 months. Items include:
A donation box has been set up at the Eagles Aerie, so anything you care to donate, can be dropped off there. Thank you!
Stay tuned for future Eagle Riders activities.
December 11 - Santa Visit and Workshop - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - CANCELLED
We are a membership nonprofit fraternal organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless members, we organize fundraisers, community events, and assist people in need. Our motto is "People Helping People" . We donate to Grand Charities, State Charities and local charities, scholarships, and community groups and members annually.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for new members and volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'd be excited to have you join the team! Click to find more information about the Fraternal Order of Eagles
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of members and supporters like you.
Aerie Officers Aerie Trustees
President - 'Mule' Nettel Jack Cochran
Vice President - Scott Cataline Steve DeLong
Past Worthy President - Mike Hunt Scott Hardesty
Secretary - Lynda Chester Mike Hunt
Treasurer - Liz Grizzle Roger Kelley
Conductor - Patrick Hughes
Chaplain - Chuck Lundblad
Inside Guard - Dean Voelkel
Auxiliary Officers Auxiliary Trustees
President - Linda Clark Stephanie Arbelo
Vice President - Loraine Batson Tammy Elder
Past Madam President - open Becky Hunt
Secretary - Lisa Lundblad
Treasurer - Jenae Stoll
Conductor - Tammey Stacey
Chaplain - Patsy Wright
Inside Guard - Kim Boler