Welcome to La Crosse Eagles #1254

The Fraternal Order of Eagles is an international non-profit organization uniting fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice, and equality, to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills and promoting peace, prosperity, gladness and hope.
What we stand for:  Liberty ~ Truth ~ Justice ~ Equality ~ For Home ~ For Country ~ And for God


La Crosse

Fraternal Order of Eagles #1254

630 6th St.

La Crosse, WI 54601

Celebrating XX Years

Hours of Operation

Mon ~ Thur. 10AM ~ 10PM

Friday & Saturday 10AM ~ 11PM

Saturday 10AM ~ 6PM

F.O.E. Triple Play Re-enrollment Contest

  All re-enrolled members who join the Fraternal Order of Eagles from September 26th, 2017 through November 27th, 2017, will be entered into a special drawing to win $100 prizes for themselves, their first proposer and their home Aerie/Auxiliary.  The Grand Aerie Membership Department will select 10 sets of winners (5 Aerie & 5 Auxiliary) at random, to be announced on December 15th, 2017.

Reach out to your recently dropped members and encourage them to rejoin for a chance to win!!

"People Helping People"

That is our moto and why we are here. We exist to raise money for many worthwhile charities; supporting local as well as national charities. CLICK HERE for more details

The La Crosse Eagles Club has been located in downtown La Crosse since 1905 and have been giving to the community even longer than that.

FOE Accomplishments Include:

Mother's Day

The Eagles first promoted the concept of Mother's Day during an Eagles Memorial Service in 1904, by Frank E. Hering's keynote address. Frank's speech is recognized as the "First Public Plea" for a day to honor mothers.

Social Security

When President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act in 1935, he presented the pen to the Eagles for our "vision and courage" in making it happen.

Jobs After 40

When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed this bill that ended age discrimination in the work place, he presented the pen to Eagles and said "The Eagles started this whole idea".


When President Johnson signed the bill he presented the pen to the Eagles and said "For your energetic and dedicated epousal of social justices... and the compassionate treatment of the sick and disabled".