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Wenatchee Newsletter  Click to View    

 Application for Washington State Aerie Hall of Fame Form

Hotels List for 2018 Fall Conference and PNWR in Wenatchee  

This year's FunVention will be at Yakima, WA. September 7th 8th & 9th

This is a great time to start sending out fliers to your local Schools Advertising the event.

FunVention Application


FunVention Contest Flier 2018

FunVention Contest Rules 2018 


 Washington State Eagles Convention 2018

The State Convention will be held June 14, 15, and 16th 2018 in Yakima Washington.



Washington Past Presidents Scholarship


Washington State Youth Scholarship Program

The Youth Section of this site is under construction. In the meantime the below information will provide the basics of what the program is about and how to get involved.



District Meeting Schedule link is on the District page


Eagle Valley Brochure

Eagle Valley is the jewel of the Washington State Aerie and Auxiliary. Unfortunately not everyone knows about this wonderful campground owned by the members of the Washington Sate Eagles. Please download the brochure and share it with your brothers and sisters. Better yes; make a bunch of copies and distribute them and your club:

Proud Home of John Noldan Grand Worthy Trustee

John Noldan, Grand Worthy Trustee of The Fraternal Order of Eagles, joined the organization in 1989 as a charter member of North Mason, Wash., #4226 and became the Aerie’s first Worthy President.

In the years following, Brother Noldan held several other offices on the local level and served seven years as Worthy Secretary. He held every office on the state level on his way to being named Washington State Worthy President for the 2005-06 fraternal year.

In 2010, he was honored as an inductee into the Washington State Aerie Hall of Fame. Three years later, the membership voted Brother Noldan Grand Inside Guard for the 2013-14 term during the International Convention in Reno, Nev.

Brother Noldan is retired from the Department of Defense after 41 years of service. He and his wife Kat have four children and nine grandchildren.

He continues to work with Local Aeries and the State Aerie in various capacities and enjoys cruising with his Eagles brothers and sisters.

John Noldan

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