The FE Chapter of PEO is grateful to the communities of Astoria, Warrenton, and Seaside for a successful spring tulip bouquet fundraiser sale. In the last 17 years, Chapter FE has sponsored 66 women, who have been awarded more than $95,000 in scholarships and loans. All proceeds from the tulip sale fund these projects.

PEO was founded in 1869 for the purpose of promoting educational opportunities for women; the FE Chapter was formed in 1987. New officers for Chapter FE for the 2014-2015 year include Nancy Kruger, Laurie Dougherty, Jeanine Van De Grift, Arlene Landwehr, Christa Svensson, Jan Johnson, and Launee McKinley.

New transfers to the chapter include Bonnie Lively, Janet Todd, and Toni Knier. New members welcomed into the chapter in April are Sidnie Doyle, Esther Moberg, and Sarah Pope.

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