So very proud of my fellow Hope Eagles

The Hope and area Fraternal Order of Eagles Aeirie and the Auxilary are doing the organization proud.

The Hope and area Fraternal Order of Eagles Aeirie and the Auxilary are doing the organization proud.

They have done a lot of refurbishing to the building inside and out. The building now looks appealing, comfortable, and clean.

Our volunteers have a better place to work in and are proud as they cater the many functions throughout the year.

The men are doing such a great job with the carpentry and painting. And our ladies have worked hard alongside  them. I am pleased at the way we are all pulling together and completing the work together.

The Eagles bingo, cabana, and flea market are just some of the projects to which we have proudly given our time and volunteer labor.

And we give our help freely so that others in the community can benefit. Some of those who the Hope Eagles have donated to this year include: Drivers for Cancer, school bursaries, Hope Community Services christmas hampers, Fraser Canyon Hospice Society, Fraser Hope Lodge, Hope Search and Rescue, the children’s Christmas party, Meals on Wheels and Hope Minor Hockey. We also donate to the Kidney Foundation, Diabetes, Muscular Dystrophy, B.C. Children’s Hospital, the Cancer Society, Rick Hanson, Alzheimers, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and Hope Crime Prevention. All of this money is raised year round by catering special events, the bingo night lunch counter and our flea market, Friday night dinners and meat draws.

We are people helping people all year round.

Our hearts are in the right place at all times and we appreciate all who have made this a special place to live.

Vera Murphy

Auxiliary President

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