The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary #2883 of Cresaptown held a charity Pampered Chef bingo to benefit Jane’s Place, Inc. This is an advocacy center in Allegany County to help children who have suffered from physical and sexual abuse and neglect. It provides a child friendly space where they can begin to heal. It is a non-profit organization that relies on local donations and grants for financial support. Call 301-722-0016 for further information. In the picture, presenting a check for $1,700 from the Auxiliary are (left to right) Madam President Kathy Hare and Child Abuse Chairman Brenda Snyder to Alexis Jackson, Administrative Intake Specialist for Jane’s Place.
Checks Presented to Parkinson's Disease Support Group.....
The Aerie and Auxiliary of The Fraternal Order of Eagles #2883 of Cresaptown recently made a joint contribution of $701 to the local Parkinson’s Disease Support Group. The Group meets at 4:00 PM the first Friday of every month at the Grace Community Church on Seton Drive. The meetings promote awareness and education concerning this disease and is open to the public. For more information, contact Pam Dolly at (304) 738-2196. Pictured, left to right, is Aerie Past Worthy President, Tony Muir, Auxiliary Madam President Kathy Hare, Auxiliary Charity Chairwoman Ronda Muir, Group Facilitator Pam Dolly and Treasurer Gemma Schade.
On March 8th at the Allegany County Commissioners Meeting, there being no opposition it was Motioned/Seconded and Approved to permanently close the alleys in question. DEED WORK WILL NOW BEGIN!
The video of the meeting is below and the Eagles part begins about the 19:25 mark!
Property Issues being resolved...the third of three notification ads required to permanently close the alley: Pursuant to the development of the property that was purchased next door to us, it was determined that the alleys between the properties were still open on the records of the county. This would prevent development of the property to the fullest extent. The need to shut the alley is being addressed by having to legally open the alley so that it can be permanently closed by the County Commissioners. After it is properly closed further development of the property will be discussed and meetings will be held! After it has appeared 3 times the issue will go before the County Commissioners on March 8th!