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See What WoodmenLife Chapters Were Up To in June 2024

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WoodmenLife chapters had another busy month! Our members showed their ongoing commitment to family, community and country — and they had some fun at the same time.

Above, members and officers with Chapter 4 in Jonesboro, AR, delivered food to City Youth Ministries for its summer backpack program.


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A free concert in Paducah, KY, helped raise awareness and donations for Veterans. Chapter 592 in Murray, KY, organized a Celebrating Red, White & Blue® event and displayed a 30-by-60-foot flag during the national anthem.


Three young people each hold certificates representing their $500 scholarship awards. They are joined by two adults, representing WoodmenLife and their chapter.

Chapter 897 in Greenville, MS, honored three WoodmenLife Focus Forward Scholarship® recipients at a recent meeting. Pictured from left are the three scholarship recipients, Raven W., Jayla E. and Kayla B; Community Outreach Advisor Kristy White; and Chapter Vice President Delton Clanton.


Two men stand together, each holding a handheld flag. They are standing next to a box that says "Flag Retirement Box."

Chapter 2126 in Corpus Christi, TX, donated 300 burial flags and 200 water bottles to the Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery. Pictured are Primo Torres, President of Chapter 2126, and Frank Newell, manager of Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery.


A WoodmenLife Representative stands with five firefighters. Together, they are holding an American flag. The group is standing in front of a fire truck.

On behalf of Chapter 131 in Dothan, AL, Representative Linda Nichols presented a U.S. flag to the Dothan Fire Department. The chapter is proud to support local heroes and show appreciation for their dedication to the community.


A group of nine people stand together holding an oversized check. The check is made out to the Hope Center and worth $2,500. Behind them are brightly colored children's toys and clothing.

The WoodmenLife Outreach Foundation, with support from Chapter 741 in Mayfield, KY, presented a $2,500 donation to the Hope Center. The Hope Center is a facility that offers support for pregnant women, new parents and their children. “WoodmenLife is dedicated to helping others and giving back to the community,” said Recruiting Sales Manager Rick Willis. “Our members share a commitment to family, community and country. We are happy to be able to contribute to this worthwhile cause.”


Two men stand shaking hands and holding an American flag. Behind them on the wall is the seal of the town of Surf City, NC.

Larry Hobbs, with Chapter 1483 in Hampstead, NC, presented a U.S. flag to Surf City Police Chief Phillip Voorhees in celebration of Flag Day.


Six people stand together for a photo. They are all wearing red, white and blue clothing.

WoodmenLife members in the Great Lakes region had a Flag Day to remember. For their Annual Regional Event, they enjoyed a Navy Pier dinner cruise in Chicago, IL. Pictured are Terry and Connie Smith, Glenda Keyser, Roger Mann, and Chris and Mark Noble.


A WoodmenLife Representative stands with four police officers. Together, they are holding an American flag.

On behalf of Chapter 5 in North Little Rock, AR, Representative Alex Densmore presented a U.S. flag to the Jacksonville (AR) Police Department.


Three women stand with a male police officer. Each of the four people is holding a WoodmenLife-branded flag box. They are standing outside the Pratt municipal building.

On behalf of Chapter 254 in Charleston, WV, members Lula Cavender, Loretta Baldwin and Charla Casey presented the City of Pratt, WV, with new flags for the municipal building and Fire Department. Receiving the flags was Officer Andy Williams.


Five people stand in front of a flag pole, on top of which is waving the newly donated flag.

Chapter 138 in Hazel, KY, donated a new flag to the Murray City Cemetery. Pictured are Tom Emery, Marilynn Downey, Representative Rachel Brown, Mike Faihst, and Margaret McCallon.


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