Modern Woodmen members serve the community

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BROOKINGS – Modern Woodmen members and guests carried out community service projects that help the community with needed items and services as part of Modern Woodmen’s Community Service Project Programs. 

Above:  Bob Weisbeck, MWA representative, Larry and Diane Anderson, and Bo Ivers, MWA representative, deliver food to the food pantry. 

Below 1: Mel and Pam Janson, Dave and Diane Odens and Dorean Ball deliver more supplies to the Food Pantry.    

Below 2: Evie Adamson delivers stamps, cards and stationery to the residents of Brookings’ assisted living and care centers.  

Below 3: Staci Carlson, along with her  four children, David, Matthew, Nathan and Clara, deliver needed items to Haley, an employee at Option 1. Option 1 is a women’s health and pregnancy care service providing free pregnancy testing, on-site education classes, peer counseling, mentoring, preventive education and abortion education to help young women facing an unplanned pregnancy. 

“Being a fraternal financial services provider is a real blessing for our community as we are able to bring back needed dollars and get our members involved in really helping out our friends and community members in need,” Ivers said.  

“We really enjoy offering this opportunity for our members and the benefits to the community,” Weisbeck said.

For more information on how Modern Woodmen fraternal benefits may help you and your community, call the office at 605-697-7118.

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