Meetings & Groups
Aerie Board - Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Auxiliary Board - Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 7:30 pm
Joint Aerie and Auxiliary Board - Every 5th Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Trustees - Every Monday at 7:00 pm
Eagle Riders - 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm
Retired Eagles Activity Club - 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm
Junior Order of Eagles - 1st and 3rd Sunday at 2:00 pm, September through June; off July-August
Eagle Honor Quilters - 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 pm
All clubs and committees must notify the Trustees' office of when they will be using the hall or social club for meetings or events.
Eagle Riders Group Information
The Eagle Riders offer members with an interest in motorcycle riding an opportunity to organize and put together charitable events while doing what they love. Each year, Eagle Riders groups across the United States and Canada raise money through Poker Run events and other motorcycle activities that help unite community members and build a passion and appreciation for our surrounding landscapes.
The Van Buren Eagle Riders help the Aerie as well as the MDA Camp Cavell for kids near Lexington, MI, Toys for Tots , and the Wounded Warriors Project.
The Riders signature project is the annual HOG roast which takes place in September. The Events page will have details as we get close to the date.
Eagle Rider meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm. in the social room or the Pavilion, weather permitting.
It is not necessary to have a motorcycle to join. We passed a motion to let all previous members who have let the membership lapse rejoin for the annual fee of $10.00.
All Riders shall be in good standing in the Van Buren Aerie or the Ladies Auxiliary.
Retired Eagles Activity Club Information
R.E.A.C. (Retired Eagles Activities Club) offers members in retirement a chance to gather and fill their days with various activities and charitable efforts, making their golden years shine even brighter.
ALL candidates shall be in good standing in Van Buren Men's Aerie or Ladies Auxiliary.
The Van Buren Eagles REAC welcomes all new members. We have social events every third Thursday of the month. The events are voted on by the members of our group; we would love to hear your ideas on new places to visit. Our annual events are the June and September (first Tuesday) meetings. Grilled hotdogs are supplied and members bring their favorite dish to share.
Our December meeting is a Christmas dinner meeting with the dinner supplied by REAC for members' enjoyment.
Guests are always welcome to come to a meeting to see what we are about.
Junior Order of Eagles Group Information
The Junior Order of Eagles offers youth the chance to learn and uphold the principles and beliefs of The Fraternal Order of Eagles while beginning their philanthropic efforts at a young age. With the guidance of sponsors, J.O.E. clubs perform tasks within Aeries and hold various fundraisers to benefit local causes that affect or interest children.
J.O.E. Eligibility: 6 - 18 years old
Help support J.O.E. by dropping off returnable bottles. (Please place them in the box by the bar, thank you!)
J.O.E. also accepts aluminum can pull tabs, these in turn help support medical dialysis. (Please place these in the box by the bar, thank you!)
The JOEs are looking for an Aerie member to stand in along with Connie Fink (Auxiliary). Call Connie at the Aerie for full details or send her an email at email@example.com.
Eagle Honor Quilters Group
The Eagle Honor Quilters is a group, led by Aerie member Michelle Gueli, dedicated to creating quilts for all Van Buren Eagles military personnel who have served or are currently serving our country.
Want to help honor our Van Buren Eagles #3996 Military Personnel?
Join the Eagle Honor Quilters and learn how to quilt!
Here's a great way to honor our military... QUILTING!
What? You don't know how to quilt? Well, join our group and Michelle will teach you how to quilt, step-by-step, when we meet on the second and fourth Monday nights of the month.
You will be in the company of others who are beginners, so come join the fun, learn a new craft, and share in the friendship of a newly formed social group. We also welcome veteran quilters!
In the process of learning, you will create, make, donate, and dedicate quilts to our very own Eagle members who have given service to our country.
Quilters/students must be Aerie or Auxiliary members (or spouses of members).
If this interests you, please contact Michelle Gueli at Michellequilts3996@gmail.com