Provincial Aerie Hall of Fame

The British Columbia Provincial Aerie Hall of Fame was established in 2001 as a tribute to Brothers in our province, both past and present, who exemplify service and dedication to our Order. Inductees are announced in session at the Provincial Convention in June. Names of those who have passed on appear bolded in the list below.Aeries should…

BC Provincial Auxiliary Hall of Fame

The British Columbia Provincial Auxiliary Hall of Fame was established as a tribute to Sisters in our province, both past and present, who exemplify service and dedication to our Order. Inductees are announced in session at the Provincial Convention in June. Names of those who have passed on appear bolded in the list below. Auxiliaries should submit…

Mr & Mrs Eagle Award

Following years of Local Aerie winners being mentioned at Convention, the Mr. & Mrs. Eagle Award was established as a provincial honor in 2002, and has been presented annually at the British Columbia Provincial Convention to the Brother and Sister who, through enthusiastic effort and good cheer, have earned the recognition of their Eagle Brothers and Sisters…

John L. Harder Memorial Award

Toward the effort of recognizing those who submit information to the Provincial Aerie Newsletter, in the name of the late Past Provincial Treasurer John L. Harder whose belief in communications as the true answer to most challenges facing every Aerie, the John L. Harder Memorial Award was established as a provincial honor in 2006, and has been…

Wilf Salewski Membership Award

Since 1980-81, the Aeries within British Columbia compete for the Wilf Salewski Membership Trophy, named after our 1979-80 Past Provincial President from Trail Aerie #2838, which recognizes the Aerie that has signed/re-signed the most members over the June-to-May term. The winners of the trophy are as follows: 1980-81 Trail Aerie #2838 185 1981-82 New Westminster Aerie…

Julie Kelly Trophy Zone 2 Membership Champion

Since 1969-70, the Aeries within British Columbia’s Zone 2 (Lower Mainland) compete for the Julie Kelly Memorial Trophy. Aeries that also were province-wide champions are marked with an asterisk (*). The winners were as follows: 1969-70 Maple Ridge Aerie #2831 47 1970-71 Hope Aerie #2690 41 1971-72 New Westminster Aerie #20 143* 1972-73 New Westminster Aerie…

Bull Thrower’s Award

Bull Thrower’s Award Established in 1963, the Bull Thrower’s Trophy has been presented annually at the British Columbia Provincial Convention to the individual who has thrown the most ‘bull‘ during the Convention. A combination of verbal skill, imagination and occasionally even wit makes any Brother susceptible to such an honour. A list of the infamous famous winners appears below…

Best Website Award

Donated in 1999 by Edgar Bailey of Trail Aerie #2838, the Best Web Site Award annually recognizes great work by an individual for creating and maintaining an Aerie/Auxiliary web site within the province of British Columbia. Winners have shown foresight and provided not only their local members but also visitors to the site with information…