Fraternal Order of Eagles


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  FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
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The Fraternal Order of Eagles was founded in Seattle, Washington in 1898, by 6 competetive theater owners who gathered to solve a common problem. Having solved their problem, their competitiveness changed to camaraderie and eventually gave birth to the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
 
     
  WHAT WE STAND FOR
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  LIBERTY ~ TRUTH

JUSTICE ~ EQUALITY

FOR HOME ~ FOR COUNTRY

AND FOR GOD
 
     
  OUR MISSION
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The Fraternal Order of Eagles, An international, non-profit Organization, unites fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice and equality, to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills, and by promoting peace, prosperity, gladness and hope.
 
     
  A FEW OF OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
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  Mother's Day
 
 
During an Eagles Memorial Service in 1904, Frank E. Hering's keynote address is recognized as the "First Public Plea" for a day to honor mothers. It was through the Eagles that the concept for Mother's Day first spread across the country.
 
  Social Security  
 
When President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act in 1935, he presented the pen to the Eagles for our "vision and courage" in making it happen.
 
  Jobs After 40  
 
When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed this bill that ended age discrimination in the work place, he presented the pen to Eagles and said "The Eagles started this whole idea".
 
  Medicare  
 
When President Johnson signed the bill he presented the pen to the Eagles and said "For your energetic and dedicated epousal of social justices... and the compassionate treatment of the sick and disabled".
 
     

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