Eastern Star chapter aids Ronald McDonald House


Nashville Chapter #332 of the Order of the Eastern Star recently donated items to the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill. Standing, from left, are Earl McIlwean, district deputy grand patron; Cathy Hall, volunteer coordinator at the Ronald McDonald House; Ken Ezzell, past grand patron; and sitting, in front, Janelle Ezzell, worthy matron.


From Contributed Reports

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Creating, finding and supporting programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children is the mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Nashville Chapter #332 of the Order of the Eastern Star, along with all the other chapters across North Carolina, has had the privilege of being a part of this effort.

Items were selected from their Needs List by the members of Nashville Chapter and taken to the Chapel Hill location by Janelle and Ken Ezzell, worthy matron and worthy patron and Earl McIlwean, district deputy grand patron, to be used by the children and their families while at this particular Ronald McDonald House.

Chapter members said they felt blessed to be part of this outreach to children and families in North Carolina.