Dozens of volunteers hold a 30-foot-by-60-foot American flag. They are displaying the flag in the middle of a football field.

See What WoodmenLife Chapters Were Up To in March 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, Chapter 66 in Huntington, WV, and members of the WoodmenLife Sales Force organized a Celebrating Red, White & Blue® flag display during a Veterans’ appreciation event at a Marshall University football game. The group displayed a 30-foot-by-60-foot American flag during the national anthem.


A group of 10 people stand with donations for Mujeres Unidas. Among the donations are water, shoes, towels, and toothbrushes. Behind them is a WoodmenLife banner. On the table in front of the people is a banner for Mujeres Unidas / Women Together Foundation.

For its quarterly Common Bond project, Chapter 4155 in San Juan, TX, collected hygiene items for the women served by Mujeres Unidas. The nonprofit organization — the name of which means “Women Together” — provides shelter and support to victims of domestic violence.


Seven people stand together holding up an American flag. The group is standing outside and in front of a flagpole.

Chapter 1154 in New Roads, LA, presented an American flag to the Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff’s Office Communications Division. Pictured from left are WoodmenLife member Kathy Perriera, Sgt. Gerald Augustine, Lt. Carla Beauvais, Chief Deputy Brad Joffrion, Lt. Robert Austin, Cpt. Mark Jones, and WoodmenLife member Lisa Dabadie.


Five people stand together with two wagons full of bags of donations.

Members with Chapter 1353 in Ft. Barnwell, NC, presented food to Religious Community Services in New Bern, NC. Pictured from left are Shirley Sutton, Jahmir Jenkins, Audrey Quinn, JoAnn Hill, and Patsy York.


Five people stand in a school hallway. They are holding donations for the school, including backpacks, notebooks and Clorox wipes.

Chapter 477 in Waycross, GA, donated $1,000 worth of school supplies to Blackshear Elementary School in Blackshear, GA. Pictured from left are Natasha Carter, Clint Hodges, WoodmenLife Representative Andrea Osburn, Julie Peacock, and Mandy Williams.


Five men stand together for a photo. The center person is wearing a police uniform. On the wall behind them is a seal for the Hartselle Police Department.

On behalf of Chapter 43 in Decatur, AL, members of the WoodmenLife Sales Force honored police officers in Hartselle, AL, and presented the officers and staff with gift cards for lunch. Police Chief Justin Barley said, “We are very thankful to WoodmenLife’s many contributions to our community. They always present a great program that is professional and applicable. It is because of the support and presence of organizations like WoodmenLife that make our community special.” Pictured from left are Colter Calhoun, Jacob Cagle, Police Chief Justin Barley, Cody Gibbs, and Jesse Calvert.


A group of 11 people stand behind tables. On the tables are boxed lunches from Chick-fil-A, as well as drinks and other snacks.

To show their appreciation for teachers, members of Chapter 1 in Columbus, OH, purchased lunch for 45 teachers and staff at Licking Valley Middle School. They also donated two new coffee makers and a supply of coffee pods, soft drinks, water, and snacks for the teachers’ lounge.


11 people stand together holding a WoodmenLife-branded oversized check. They are standing outside a building; on the building is a sign for The Giver's Hand Community Food Pantry.

Chapter 20 in Fairmont, WV, presented a donation to The Giver’s Hand Community Food Pantry in Monongah, WV. Members also distributed 184 boxes of food to local families in need.


Three people stand together. The woman in the middle is holding a folded American flag. They are standing in front of a sign that says "Rosalie Community Center."

On behalf of Chapter 1862 in Pisgah, AL, WoodmenLife Representative Elisha Bryant presented a new American flag to Johnnie Smith and Wayne Barrentine with the Rosalie Community Center. Elisha also helped with a ceremony on handling the retirement of “beyond repair” flags.


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