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                                The Whidbey Island Eagles Aerie Board of Directors gathers with representatives of twelve island nonprofits after presenting the organizations with $15,000 in total.

H&H Photo. The Whidbey Island Eagles Aerie Board of Directors gathers with representatives of twelve island nonprofits after presenting the organizations with $15,000 in total.

Eagles Aerie donates $15,000

Twelve Whidbey Island nonprofits were recently the recipients of contributions from the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie in Freeland.

The Eagles’ mission is “People Helping People,” and they followed through last Saturday with a total of $15,000.

Recipient organizations were Senior Services of Island County, Helping Hand, Enso House, the Readiness to Learn Foundation, Whidbey Island Nourishes (WIN), Friends of Friends Medical Support Fund, South Whidbey Homeless Coalition, M Bar C Ranch, the HUB Youth Center, Friends of Freeland Library, Whidbey Island Dance Theatre and South Whidbey Hearts & Hammers.

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