Milestone: P.E.O. picks Ryan for scholarship

  • Wednesday, July 1, 2020 1:30am
  • Life

A committee of six women from the three chapters of Sequim P.E.O. selected Sequim high School senior Daisy Ryan for its annual scholarship.

“The competition was fierce and the decision was very difficult as we have so many deserving seniors,” scholarship coordinators said.

“We are proud of Daisy and are honored to help her begin her college education.”

The organization maintains six educational projects in the form of grants, scholarships and loans as well as the stewardship of Cottey College.

On the local level, three of Sequim’s local chapters annually give a scholarship of $2,250 to a deserving female high student.

Ryan is planning to attend the University of Montana.

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