From left to right are Auxiliary President Margie Boylen, Past Auxiliary President Ruby Berkimer, Apache Junction Unified School District Food Service Director Karen Warhus, Aerie President Michael Reed, AJUSD Girls Softball Coach Ed Matlosz , Black and Gold Youth Football and Cheer Program Secretary Kristen Eklund and her children, and Past Aerie President Howard Brazee. Not pictured is Black and Gold Youth Football President Cami Garcia. (Photo courtesy of the Eagles)

Lost Dutchman Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 3850 donated $6,000 to local youth programs and organizations on June 21.

Recipients were:

•Apache Junction Unified School District Food Service Department received $4,000 for its Feed the Children Program, which provides food boxes for families in need during fall, Christmas and spring breaks.
•AJUSD Girls Softball Program received $1,000 to help defray equipment costs and other expenses.
•Black and Gold Youth Football and Cheer Program received $1,000 to help children offset registration costs and other expenses of the program.

 

From left to right are Lost Dutchman Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 3850 Auxiliary President Margie Boylan, Karen Warhus, Rosie Portugal-Brastad, Bellnda Buhrig and Aerie President Michael Reed. (Photo special to the Independent, from Lost Dutchman Fraternal Order of Eagles)

On May 23 the Lost Dutchman Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 3850 presented four checks totaling $4,250.

Two checks of $1,062.50 went to Karen Warhus, food services director at Apache Junction Unified School District. One was from the Eagles Aeries and the other from the auxiliary for the Feed the Children Program, which provides food boxes for families in need during fall, Christmas and spring breaks.

A check was presented to Rosie Portugal-Brastad, Project Help coordinator, to help needy children at AJUSD schools. She received $1,062.50 from the Eagles No. 3850 Auxiliary.

2018

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