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Chapter hits the century mark

August 27, 2014
The Daily Freeman Journal
P.E.O. Chapter EL members celebrated the group’s 100th anniversary recently at the Kendall Young Library. Pictured are, from the left, first row: Faith McDowell, Ginny Veach, Dorothy Stearns, Charlene McKee; second row: Kathy Swon, Donna Ryherd, Carol Nelson, Yvonne Johnson, Judy McLaughlin; third row: Marty Kelly (former EL) Shelley Clausen, Marilyn Krauss; fourth row: Jan Essig, Lisa Miller, Annette Louk, Dalene Schlitter; fifth row: Pam Doolittle, Jana Reints, Gretchen Bruner Barb Stearns, Nancy Whaley, Adra Ann Goettsch; sixth row: Lori Wilaby, Karin Yungclas, Adele Bowden, Linda Christianson, Rosemary Spratt; seventh row: Crystal Gordon, Joylyn Cobb, Marilyn Middleton, Holly Martin, Linda Singer; back row: Pat Noller, Loween Getter, Annette Doolittle, Abby Sturtevant Sharp, Barb Wollan and Deb Leksell. The actual founders date was April 16, 1914. A 100-year history photo book of Chapter EL was created with a copy given to the Kendall Young Library. P.E.O. is a philanthropic organization where women celebrate the advancement of women; educate women through scholarships, grants, awards, loans, and stewardship of Cottey College an motivate women to achieve their highest aspirations.
 
 

 

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