A golden approach to raising scholarship funds

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A golden approach to raising scholarship funds

Celebrating raising money to help nontraditional women students complete their education at the American Association of University of Women’s Book & Author Luncheon are, from left, Donna Stegner, the daughter of the namesake of the Janet Watson Scholarship, Demerise “Risa” Cormier, the recipient of the scholarship, Scholarship Committee Chairwoman Kathleen Adams and Hannah Howard, the recipient of the Virginia Shoser Scholarship.
Susan Dalton, author of Durango: Silver Past, Golden Future, was the featured speaker at the Durango Branch of the American Association of University Women’s Book & Author Luncheon on March 18 in the Vallecito Room at Fort Lewis College.
Hannah Howard, the recipient of the Virginia Shoser Scholarship from the Durango Branch of the American Association of University Women, performs the Bach Partita No. 2 in D minor at the branch’s annual Book & Author Luncheon.

A golden approach to raising scholarship funds

Celebrating raising money to help nontraditional women students complete their education at the American Association of University of Women’s Book & Author Luncheon are, from left, Donna Stegner, the daughter of the namesake of the Janet Watson Scholarship, Demerise “Risa” Cormier, the recipient of the scholarship, Scholarship Committee Chairwoman Kathleen Adams and Hannah Howard, the recipient of the Virginia Shoser Scholarship.
Susan Dalton, author of Durango: Silver Past, Golden Future, was the featured speaker at the Durango Branch of the American Association of University Women’s Book & Author Luncheon on March 18 in the Vallecito Room at Fort Lewis College.
Hannah Howard, the recipient of the Virginia Shoser Scholarship from the Durango Branch of the American Association of University Women, performs the Bach Partita No. 2 in D minor at the branch’s annual Book & Author Luncheon.
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