Our mission is that together, with the community, the Sharon St. Cyr Fund, Inc. (SSC Fund) will create different programs to raise funds to provide hearing aids for hearing-impaired individuals and provide grants to organizations for ASL interpreting services for the deaf and hard of hearing community.
Larry Carter helps raise money and awareness for the GLBT community as a member of the United Court of The Lone Star Empire.
With his help, the UCLSE raises thousands of dollars each year for various organizations that depend on charity groups to help those in need.
A simple showgirl who delights in raising money for her community. While she has traveled the country these past several years with the International Court System, she still considers The Dallas Eagle her home. On most Saturday nights, when she's in town, you can find her drinking and carousing with the Leather Men of the city (well, everyone has to have a hobby!). Her favorite saying, which was first used by another infamous showgirl Sherry Powers is, "It is nice to be important, but it is more important to be nice!". Her philosophy in life is pretty much summed up in that one statement.
She currently helps out other organizations such as the Dallas Bears, T.G.R.A., The Leather Knights and of course the United Court of the Lone Star Empire.
In closing, please don't be offended if she flies past you muttering "Get out of my way, I have a show to do!" because lets face it, that's what a showgirl does.
Joel earned his Bachelors Degree from The North Carolina School of the Arts. He has been working in Information Technology since 1994. His volunteer work includes time and technical assistance with AIDS charities and arts organizations. In his spare time he can be found pursuing his interests in photography and folk art.
Jeffrey began the SSC Fund in 2009 to bring awareness to the deaf and hearing-impaired community. Jeffrey owns and manages Notarius Reporting, Inc., the Dallas Eagle and the Eagle Outpost.