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See What WoodmenLife Chapters Were Up To in May 2024

May 31, 20245/31/2024




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 49 in Lexington, TN, donated a flag to Bargerton Elementary School to replace its old one, which was becoming faded and worn. Pictured are WoodmenLife member Kiera Williams, Representative Stacy Blankenship, PTO President Molly Franklin, and Principal Shannon Taylor.


A group of about 30 people stand outside a building. These are students at New Haven Center for Special Needs Adults.

Chapter 1456 in New Albany, MS, treated the students at New Haven Center for Special Needs Adults to an end-of-the-school-year meal at a local restaurant.


A WoodmenLife representative, wearing a red polo shirt with the WoodmenLife logo, presents a folded-up American flag to a group with the Branch Volunteer Fire Department. They are all wearing navy blue T-shirts with the Fire Department logo on them. The open box that the flag came out of is on a table in front of the group.

Chapter 31 in Rayne, LA, presented an American flag to the Branch Volunteer Fire Department for its National Day of Prayer ceremony. WoodmenLife has presented more than 3.5 million flags to nonprofit organizations, schools and communities nationwide.


A group of five people stand holding an American flag. In front of them is a large cement planter that says "Durant" on the front. The group is standing outside.

Chapter 558 in Durant, OK, presented a flag to the Three Valley Museum, a nonprofit museum that houses a collection of artifacts from Bryan County. Pictured are Recruiting Sales Manager Stephen Priest, Representative Hudson Toews, museum Director Nancy Ferris, Community Outreach Advisor Billie Floyd, and Regional Director TJ Sherer.


Three people stand together for the photo. The person on the left and in the center are graduating high school students. They are each holding plaques commemorating their American History Awards from WoodmenLife. The person on the right is wearing a red polo shirt with the WoodmenLife logo. The group is in a school gym.

On behalf of Chapter 165 in Houston, MS, Representative Justin Price presented American History Awards to two outstanding students at Okolona High School: Tymera Parks and James Buchanan.


Three people, all wearing navy blue WoodmenLife T-shirts, stand at folding tables. On the tables are pans filled with hamburgers, hot dogs and other food.

Chapter 20 in Fairmont, WV, cooked hamburgers and hot dogs for the Grant Town Volunteer Fire Department picnic. Pictured are WoodmenLife members Clark and Jennifer Robinson and Representative Scott Crouch.


A group of five people stand together in a school gym. At the center is eighth-grade student Lydia Wages; she holds a plaque noting her American History Award. She is flanked by Leah and Mike Wages. On the far left and right sides of the group are WoodmenLife Community Outreach Advisor Scott Murray and Regional Director Brad Lowe.

On behalf of Chapter 179 in Jackson, TN, WoodmenLife associates presented eighth-grader Lydia Wages with an American History Award at West Bemis Middle School. Pictured are Community Outreach Advisor Scott Murray, Leah Wages, Lydia Wages, Mike Wages, and Regional Director Brad Lowe.


A group of more than 50 teachers, staff and faculty pose for a photo. They are all wearing matching blue T-shirts. On the wall above them is an image of the Incredible Hulk, with the words "Our Students Are Incredible."

Chapter 203 in Altavista, VA, served bagels and coffee to the staff at Altavista Elementary School during Teacher Appreciation Week.


Two men are pictured. On the left is WoodmenLife Representative Casey Morehead; he is wearing a suit and a name tag. On the right is School Resource Officer Ronnie Harvell; he is wearing a dark polo shirt with his name and the police department logo. They are holding either side of a navy blue box that says "Proudly presented by WoodmenLife." Inside is an American flag.

On behalf of Chapter 115 in Mayfield, KY, Representative Casey Morehead presented a new American flag to Fancy Farm Elementary School Resource Officer Ronnie Harvell.


Three people pose for the photo. The person in the center and on the right are holding up boxes that say "Fresh Donuts."

On behalf of Chapter 102 in Louisville, MS, the Mississippi North Sales Team treated Nanih Waiya Attendance Center staff to doughnuts during National Teacher Appreciation Week. Pictured are Administrative Assistant Paige Hodge, Representative Brad Hodge and Principal Suzanne Cain.


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