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South Whidbey Eagles Aerie gives $22,000 to Whidbey nonprofits

The Eagles Aerie on South Whidbey donated more than $22,000 to several Whidbey Island nonprofits this year with funds raised by the club’s members. From left are: Eagles treasurer Jeanne Seiler, Jim Scullin with Hearts & Hammers, Mary Green of Readiness to Learn, Ann Cutcher of Enso House, Charlene Brown and Amy Lehman of Whidbey Island Dance Theatre, Eagles trustee Ron Meyer, Eagles vice president Joan Smith, Shawn Nowlin of Good Cheer Food Bank, Debbie Metz of Senior Services of Island County, Diane Hodges of Helping Hand, Mary Fischer of Whidbey Island Nourishes and Eagles President Ed Grabo.  - Ben Watanabe / The Record
The Eagles Aerie on South Whidbey donated more than $22,000 to several Whidbey Island nonprofits this year with funds raised by the club’s members. From left are: Eagles treasurer Jeanne Seiler, Jim Scullin with Hearts & Hammers, Mary Green of Readiness to Learn, Ann Cutcher of Enso House, Charlene Brown and Amy Lehman of Whidbey Island Dance Theatre, Eagles trustee Ron Meyer, Eagles vice president Joan Smith, Shawn Nowlin of Good Cheer Food Bank, Debbie Metz of Senior Services of Island County, Diane Hodges of Helping Hand, Mary Fischer of Whidbey Island Nourishes and Eagles President Ed Grabo.
— image credit: Ben Watanabe / The Record

The Eagles Aerie on South Whidbey Island donated more than $22,000 to nonprofits on the island recently.

Meals on Wheels, a program run by Senior Services of Island County, received $5,000; the Good Cheer Food Bank, $3,000; Enso House, $2,000; Whidbey Island Nourishes, $1,500; Hearts and Hammers, $1,500; Readiness to Learn Foundation, $1,300; M-Bar-C Ranch, $1,000; and Whidbey Island Dance Theatre, $500.

Money was raised by club members through its plant sale, crab feed, Sea Fest and other donations throughout 2013.

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