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For anyone familiar with the legacy of the Goodfellows Club of Owensboro, and the Hager family's close association with the club since its founding in 1916, it came as no surprise at all that when Marjorie Hager died on May 4 at the age of 84, the Goodfellows Club was designated as an organi…

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There's no way that Tom May could have known in December 1906, when he drew an editorial cartoon for the now-defunct Detroit Evening Journal, that his work would still be inspiring people 108 years later in a city far away from Detroit.

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It wasn't until 19 years after it began that the Goodfellows had an official charter. The purpose of the club, which had always been that of helping children in need, was put into words in a charter document, which was signed and notarized on Sept. 21, 1935, 80 years ago.

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The Daviess County Board of Education and the Daviess County Public Schools' Learning Center made a $1,300 donation to the Goodfellows Club of Owensboro.

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The aroma of hot soups and chattering crowds eager to taste them filled the Settle Memorial Church Renewal and Outreach Center late Tuesday morning as the Goodfellows Club's annual Soup Day for Kids got underway.

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A joyful Frankie Hager sat on the front pew at Third Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon, smiling and clapping along to the violins and voices of the Owensboro Choral Society at the 74th annual "Messiah" performance to benefit the Goodfellows Club of Owensboro.

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There's no way that Tom May could have known in December 1906, when he drew an editorial cartoon for the now-defunct Detroit Evening Journal, that his work would still be inspiring people 108 years later in a city far away from Detroit.

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As a child, Sally Hager Wood attended Goodfellows Club Christmas parties with her late father, John Hager, and late grandfather, Lawrence Hager Sr., when they were still on Christmas Day.

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Each year during the Goodfellows Roll Call, countless individuals and schools remind the community of how this non-profit organization helps children who have specific needs, such as clothes that fit and are seasonally appropriate, shoes, coats and medical and dental attention.

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 The Goodfellows Club is a local charitable organization that provides clothing, shoes, coats and emergency dental and medical care for children in need, and sometimes that help is needed unexpectedly.

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Every year, the Goodfellows Club helps more than 1,000 needy children, and the parents and youngsters show their appreciation by writing letters of thanks, and they also donate to the organization if they have a few precious spare dollars.

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Today kicks off the Owensboro Goodfellows Club's 99th annual community appeal for money to provide shoes, clothing and a Christmas party for disadvantaged children.