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F.O.E. Ten Commandment Monuments in Florida (2)

Fort Lauterdale, Florida
Fort Lauterdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, FL Ten Commandments Monument
Fort Lauterdale, Florida
War Memorial Auditorium
Screenshot: Google Maps street view April 2014

Donated by FOE: March 1958

Location: In front of War Memorial Auditorium, 800 NE 8th St.

Scroll: “Presented To / The City Of Fort Lauderdale / By / Fort Lauderdale Aerie No. 3140 / Fraternal Order Of Eagles / March 1958”



New Port Richey, Florida
New Port Richey, Florida
New Port Richey, FL Ten Commandments Monument
Community Congregational Church
Photo: Facebook / West Pasco Historical Society
New Port Richey, Florida
Community Congregational Church
Screenshot: Google Maps street view May 2015

Donated by FOE: 1974

Aerie: Suncoast Aerie No. 3153 and Auxiliary, 5446 Leisure Lane (1.6 miles from Community Congregational Church).

Current Location: Community Congregational Church / United Church of Christ. The church is located at 6533 Circle Blvd. facing Orange Lake. The monument is in back of the church facing its parking lot on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Original Location: On the banks of Orange Lake.

Scroll: “Presented To The City / Of New Port Richey, FLA. / By Suncoast Aerie / No. 3153 And Auxiliary / Fraternal Order Of Eagles / 1974”

Comment: Moved from the banks of Orange Lake to Community Congretational Church in May 2011.