Updated: March 1, 2021
Join the Davis Lodge (Independent Order of Odd Fellows) on Saturday March 20, 2021 and 5pm when we will host the 3rd Annual Music for Natalie.
This year will be special as we will provide a pick-up dinner and present a virtual music show, consisting of Davis area musicians, to raise money for the Officer Natalie Corona Odd Fellows Memorial Scholarship fund.
Food for this extremely special event will be provided by Foodies Catering. The cost is only $25.
The Davis Odd Fellows Lodge created the Officer Natalie Corona Odd Fellows Memorial Scholarship in 2019 following the tragic death of Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona in January 2019.
Officer Corona is remembered for her dedication to law enforcement, her service to her community, her hard work, and her spirit of cooperation inspiring her colleagues and the community.
The scholarship is awarded to students from Davis and Arbuckle pursuing a career in law enforcement or criminal justice seeking to further her ideals of excellence and service. Officer Corona grew up in Arbuckle.
An endowment fund has been created to fund the scholarship annually. With the support of the community, the Odd Fellows are building a self-sustaining fund to enable the scholarship program to continue in perpetuity.
Tickets can be purchased below on this website. Also, donations can be made below.
For more information, contact James Bledsoe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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