Eagles Auxiliary helps brighten Christmas for children
By Ashleigh Plemper
Farmer Staff Writer
As Christmas practically rushed its way to Dec. 25, not every family was financially ready to take on the biggest day of the year. Fortunately, a special organization was ready to save the day.
For the seventh year in a row, the Watford City Eagles Club Auxiliary stepped up to make Christmas a very special time for area children and families who are struggling financially.
This year’s Giving Tree project held on Dec. 21, at the Eagles Club was a hit as many children of the community received generous gifts this year.
“It went wonderful! We had 178 children, 68 families and we had a wonderful party,” says Claudia Fegert, Watford City Eagles Auxiliary president.
As everything went incredibly smooth, Fegert says the organization was well blessed with lots of donations to help make it a wonderful Christmas this year for many children.
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