BIG SPRING - Members of the Eagles Big Spring lodge say they're happy to lend a hand to locals in need, but on Saturday, they needed a little help themselves to keep their non-profit going.
Residents showed up to pay for food plates that will help along the way.
Members say high utility costs has made it hard for their organization to pay for their regular charity work.
Recently, they presented a $7,000 check to help buy bullet-proof vests for law enforcement.
In addition to food, members also held an auction, cake walks, drawings, and other activities.