Fraternal Order of Eagles
Big Walnut F.O.E. #3261
1623 Brice Road
Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
(614) 861-9073
Click Here to download and print a full-color version of the September 2017 Calendar.
Click Here to download and print a full-color version of the October 2017 Calendar.

Calendar

NOTE: Have information for this web site or event to add to the calendar? Send all info to Trustee Steve Anderson at: SteveAnderson@foe3261.com

Check back to this web page periodically for updates to the calendar and schedules
that may change throughout the month.
Boy Scout Troop #279
Boy Scout Troop #279 meets at the Big Walnut F.O.E each week. We are proud to help our local scout troop with our place to meet!

Troop Meetings every Monday night 7-8:30 pm (September 1st, 2017 - July 31st, 2018)
Crew Meetings 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month 7-8 pm (September 1st, 2017 - July 31st, 2018)

Visit the troop blog! Click Here

Click Here to download and print the Committee Meetings Schedule
Click Here to download and print the Patrol Leaders Council (PLC) Meetings Schedule
Click Here to download and print the Camp Out Schedule
Come watch the games with us!
This OSU football season is going to be the very best with exciting game play with lots of friends!

We are planning some exciting things for you when you come and watch the games with us. We are going to serve a great meal during half-time and you will be able to join in our raffles where we will have some great prizes for you to win and take home.

We have plenty of wall mounted TVs for you to watch from many locations, including our patio! Our full bar will serve up some specials so look out for those.

Don't miss out on these gatherings as they are expected to be very exciting! Click Here to download and print a schedule of the OSU games, then come and watch the games with us! See you here!!
TECUMSEH: Death Anniversary - Oct 5, 1813.
Shawnee Indian chief, born at Old Piqua near Springfield, OH, in March 1768.

Tecumseh came to prominence between 1799 and 1804 as a powerful orator, defending his people against whites. He denounced as invalid all treaties by which tribes ceded their lands and condemned the chieftains who had entered into such agreements. With his brother Tenskwatawa, the Prophet, he established a town on the Tippecanoe River near Lafayette, IN, and then embarked on a mission to organize a confederation to stop white encroachment. Although he advocated peaceful methods and negotiation, he did not rule out war as a last resort as he visited tribes throughout the country. While he was away, William Henry Harrison defeated the Prophet at the Battle of Tippecanoe Nov 7, 1811, and burned the town. Tecumseh organized a large force of Indian warriors and assisted the British in the War of 1812. Tecumseh was defeated and killed at the Battle of the Thames.
Want to play? Click Here to download and print a copy of this crossword puzzle.
Gluten-free lifestyle may not boost heart health
If you don't have celiac disease, your heart won't get a boost from going gluten free, according to a new study. What The May study in The BMJ asked is whether people without celiac disease would benefit from going gluten free.

The gluten-free lifestyle is crucial for people with celiac disease. For them eating wheat, barley, and rye triggers the body to attack the small intestine, causing inflammation and leading to malnutrition and gastrointestinal distress. The inflammation then increases heart disease risk. Eliminating gluten stops the attack on the small intestine and reduces inflammation.

The Harvard research team did not find much of a difference in risk of heart attacks between people who ate the most gluten and those who ate the least. On the other hand, people who avoided nutritional whole grains had an increased risk of heart disease.

The lesson: If you don't have celiac disease, don't cut whole grains out of your diet and don't worry about going gluten free, according to the Harvard Health Letter.